Jim Furyk will take the helm of Team USA at the 2018 Ryder Cup in France, where they’ll look to retain the trophy and win on European soil for the first time in 25 years. ‘It’s no secret it’s been my favorite event for my entire career,’ he told pgatour.com. Incredibly honored to be the 2018 @RyderCupUSA Captain. Really looking… Read more →
The Danish combo of Soren Kjeldsen and Thorbjorn Olesen continued to impress at the World Cup of Golf on Saturday with a foursomes round of 70 to lead by four strokes.
Team USA produced some magic on Saturday afternoon at the Ryder Cup, led by the fiery Patrick Reed, to win the Saturday four-balls three to one, for a three-point lead going into Sunday. “Wearing the red, white, and blue just fuels me.” – @PReedGolf #GoUSA pic.twitter.com/WXby7OJ5a7 — Ryder Cup USA (@RyderCupUSA) October 1, 2016 The Europeans moved within a point… Read more →
The last time Rickie Fowler appeared in a Ryder Cup he had USA shaved into his head. The game’s brightest character beems with national pride, and the Minnesota natives will lap it up. He, along with friend Bubba Watson, have been influencing golf culture throughout the years with music videos, hovercraft, and Moto-cross. ‘The Ryder Cup is special,’ said Fowler…. Read more →
In spite of his diminutive figure and baby face, Patrick Lambie brings a calm to the Springboks that resonates from his character. The same is true for Jordan Spieth on the American Ryder Cup Team, which will compete at Hazeltine National Golf Club from Friday. ‘I’m in wherever Captain puts me. I have full trust in everything,’ said Spieth. ‘They say… Read more →
It’s the most famous matchplay tournament in the sport and the winners carry bragging rights for years. The United States have been the dominant side, winning 25 of the 40 contests against their opponents from across the Atlantic, but in the past decade it has been the men from Europe who have turned the screws. Europe have won a staggering… Read more →
Birkdale, 1969: A mean-spirited match that featured Eric Brown, the Great Britain & Ireland captain, instructing his team not to help look for their opponents’ balls in the rough, finished with one of the great sporting gestures. On the final green in the final singles match, Jack Nicklaus gave Tony Jacklin a six-footer, knowing it meant the Ryder Cup would… Read more →
Bubba Watson was a shoo-in for a Ryder Cup pick, having played for Team USA on three occasions and having a good relationship with the other Americans. He was left out of the crew set for Hazeltine later this week after Davis Love III chose Ryan Moore as the final captain’s pick on Monday. A day later Love picked Watson… Read more →