Every time you listen to European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, you learn a little more about why his team beat a dysfunctional U.S. team and about the man for whom the Europeans wanted to play.
Scoring feats, first-time NCAA Championship winners (or qualifiers) and start-up programs show progress in women's college golf and its deeper talent pool as “parity” has become a buzzword.
Naturally some prominent names in golf took to Twitter to express congratulations, pride and, well, other emotions Sunday after Europe's 16.5-11.5 victory in the 2014 Ryder Cup. Here's a smattering of the chattering.
Jimmy Walker of the United States defeated Europe's Lee Westwood after making eight birdies in 16 holes, winning 3 and 2.
Our senior writers take a look at Sunday's Ryder Cup singles matches, making their predictions as the action is set to conclude at Gleneagles.
U.S. captain Tom Watson made surprising moves on Saturday at the 2014 Ryder Cup, including sitting Phil Mickelson for both matches.
Only rookies Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed were able to move the U.S. Saturday-afternoon points total in a positive direction, and they did so against two U.S. Open champions while showing Ryder Cup promise.
The Ryder Cup captains have set their singles lineups for Sunday at Gleneagles in Scotland -- with Tom Watson's U.S. team needing to gain ground on Paul McGinley's European team.
In a tight Saturday-afternoon Ryder Cup battle, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia of Europe pulled away late to earn a 3-and-2 win over Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan of the U.S. at Gleneagles.
Matt Kuchar and Zach Johnson of the U.S. fall to Jamie Donaldson and Lee Westwood of Europe 2 and 1 at Gleneagles in the first Saturday foursome match.
For the first time in Phil Mickelson's Ryder Cup career, he will not partake in any action on Saturday, as captain Tom Watson stuck with a pair of hot hands in afternoon foursomes.
Jim Furyk took on his 16th partner in his ninth Ryder Cup during Saturday morning four-balls, and it turned out to be a pretty stout partnership as he and Hunter Mahan topped Lee Westwood and Jamie Donaldson, 4 and 3.
Complete pairings for Saturday's four-ball matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Scotland.
Our senior writers take a look at Saturday morning's Ryder Cup four-ball matches, making their predictions as the action continues at Gleneagles.
The fifth match of the 2014 Ryder Cup saw Jim Furyk and Matt Kuchar of Team USA fall to Lee Westwood and Jamie Donaldson of the European home team 2 up.
Not only did Ian Poulter’s string of seven straight wins in the Ryder Cup come to an end in Friday’s opening day of the 40th Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, so, too, did his foursomes streak.
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley strayed from the template that has proven successful with his Friday four-ball pairings.
U.S. captain Tom Watson and European captain Paul McGinley revealed their pairings for Friday's morning matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Ian Poulter, sometimes known as Mr. Ryder Cup, loves the atmosphere surrounding the biennial match and could be a good fit as a captain once he's done shredding American opponents.
Behind Marissa Chow, Pepperdine held off Tennessee to win the Golfweek Women's Conference Challenge for the second consecutive year.
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