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Europe Regain The Ryder Cup In Hotly Contested Singles Session

Team Europe have won the Ryder Cup in style at Le Golf National. With some matches still ongoing, Europe can still bask in the glory of upsetting the odds against a highly-fancied United States team. The hard work was done over the first two days, in which Europe swept the Friday afternoon foursomes 4-0, and the Saturday morning fourballs 3-1. …

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Best Pictures From Day Two Of The 2018 Ryder Cup

Team Europe doubled their advantage over the USA on Saturday to four points, and they lead 10-6 heading into the Sunday singles session. Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari made history by becoming the first European pair to win their first four matches, while long-time friends Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth won their second and third matches, contributing to half of …

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Intriguing Ryder Cup Sunday Singles Matches Announced

At 10-6 down heading into the final day of the Ryder Cup, Team USA need eight points to retain the trophy. Captain Jim Furyk faced a headache in his selection order for the Sunday singles – he needed to front-load his team, with early European wins meaning a premature defeat. But does he put those who’ve been struggling, such as …

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Fleetwood And Molinari Make European Ryder Cup History

Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari made history on Saturday by becoming the first European pairing to rack up four straight wins at the Ryder Cup. Fleetwood and Molinari have been inspirational over the first two days to help Thomas Bjorn’s hosts open up a commanding 10-6 lead over the United States at Le Golf National. The duo saved possibly their …

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Europe In Command In Saturday’s Third Ryder Cup Sesson

Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia laid the foundations for a dominant start by Europe to Saturday’s Ryder Cup morning fourballs as the hosts sought to increase their 5-3 overnight advantage against the United States. McIlroy, who struggled mightily in Friday’s fourballs, looked far more like the four-time major champion as he reeled off four birdies on the front nine alongside …

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The Best Pictures From Day One Of The Ryder Cup

The first day of The Ryder Cup has now finished and from it came several exciting moments, memorable wins and talking points. From Team USA’s strong start to Team Europe’s late fight-back, here are some of the pictures that best summarize a fantastic start to this year’s Ryder Cup in Paris. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ …

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US Power Into 3-1 Lead In Ryder Cup After Opening Morning Session

The United States made a strong start to the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National on Friday as Jim Furyk’s men claimed a 3-1 lead. Wins for Brooks Koepka with Tony Finau and Dustin Johnson alongside Rickie Fowler raised hopes of a repeat of the 2016 first-morning whitewash for the holders. After Friday morning four-ball … ?? 3?? 1#RyderCup pic.twitter.com/X20qJQLTeF …

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Worrying Scenes As Errant Koepka Drive Injures Ryder Cup Fan

American Brooks Koepka left a spectator bloodied during the opening session of the Ryder Cup on Friday after an errant tee shot struck her in the face. The three-time major champion, playing in the first match of the competition, sent his drive on the short par-four sixth hole flying into the galleries. The ball hit a woman in the face, …

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Watch: McIlroy Leads European Thunder Clap Ahead Of Ryder Cup Tee Off

France’s Le Golf National erupted with huge roars as Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter led renditions of the Viking thunder clap ahead of the Ryder Cup. Fans packed out the imposing 6,900-capacity grandstand wrapped around the first tee as hundreds more swarmed to the grassy banks encircling the tee box well ahead of the 0610 GMT start. Scores were left watching …

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Breaking: Ryder Cup Fourball Pairings Announced

The pairings have been announced for this year’s 42nd Ryder Cup in Paris. Today’s opening ceremony saw us finally learn how things would look when the tournament gets underway on Friday. The US will travel across the pond to Europe as they attempt to win their first trophy abroad in 25 years – with their last coming in Belfry in …

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Tiger Ready For First-Tee Tension & Big Crowds At Ryder Cup

Tiger Woods expects some nervous excitement when he steps on the first tee at the Ryder Cup before 7,000 screaming spectators at Le Golf National. The 14-time major champion snapped a five-year win drought last weekend to cap a successful comeback season from spinal fusion surgery and will be the star attraction when the biennial team showdown tees off Friday morning. …

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Brooks Koepka Named PGA Of America’s Player Of The Year

Brooks Koepka, whose outstanding 2018 campaign included two major titles was named the PGA OF America’s Player of the Year on Wednesday as Dustin Johnson picked up the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average. Koepka, who overcame a serious wrist injury prior to the season, won his second straight US Open title in June then won the PGA Championship in …

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Rested Spieth Hopes Ryder Cup Heroics Can Spark 2019 Revival

Three-time major winner Jordan Spieth sees this week’s Ryder Cup as a way to jump-start his 2019 campaign after a struggling season in which he failed to reach last week’s Tour Championship. The 25-year-old American hasn’t won since capturing last year’s British Open title, his best showing this year a third-place effort at the Masters. But 10th-ranked Spieth, also the 2015 …

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Excited McIlroy Learning From Past Ryder Cup Mistakes

Rory McIlroy will adopt a calmer tone for this week’s Ryder Cup than his emotional high-energy style from 2016 as he wants no repeat of an energy fade. McIlroy will try to help Europe reclaim the trophy starting Friday at Le Golf National after a 17-11 loss to the Americans two years ago at Hazeltine in the biennial golf matches. ___ …

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Wildcard Sergio Garcia: “I’ve Proved Myself Over And Over”

Sergio Garcia insists that he has proved his Ryder Cup qualities “over and over”, after being handed a wildcard pick by European captain Thomas Bjorn. The Spaniard has won 22.5 points in the biennial matches since making his debut as a teenager in 1999, but struggled for form this year and has slipped from inside the world’s top 10 to …

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