The News Matrix: Wednesday 29 August 2012

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Jose Maria Olazabal, Captain of The European Ryder Cup team

Jose Maria Olazabal ready for Ryder Cup challenge

Jose Maria Olazabal now knows his Ryder Cup team, but it does not change his view about next month's match in Chicago.

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Jose Maria Olazabal (left) and his Ryder Cup vice-captain Miguel Angel Jimenez at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles

Nicolas Colsaerts fishing for a place in Jose Maria Olazabal's Ryder Cup team

Belgian hopes he has done enough to beat Harrington to one of captain's picks today

Superb outlook: Paul Lawrie, in fine form before the Ryder Cup, plays the second at Gleneagles on his way to a 67

Lawrie eyes victory as Colsaerts waits in hope

Paul Lawrie is in position to celebrate his return to the Ryder Cup with another victory today, as Nicolas Colsaerts fights "like a dog" to join him on the plane to Chicago.

Rain delay for Garcia Ryder bid

Sergio Garcia's bid for the win that would seal his sixth Ryder Cup cap was delayed by heavy rain in Greensboro, North Carolina, last night.

Darren Clarke

Jose Maria Olazabal picks Ryder Cup vice-captains

European captain Jose Maria Olazabal has named Darren Clarke, Paul McGinley and Thomas Bjorn as three of his four vice-captains to face the United States in their defence of the Ryder Cup.

Darren Clarke

Thomas Bjorn, Darren Clarke and Paul McGinley named as European Ryder Cup vice-captains

European captain Jose Maria Olazabal has named Thomas Bjorn, Darren Clarke and Paul McGinley as three of his four vice-captains for the Ryder Cup.

Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter plays himself into Ryder Cup reckoning

The Ryder Cup battle lines are being drawn. The qualification period for the United States is over. Europe's closes in a fortnight at the Johnny Walker Championship at Gleneagles. Ian Poulter's timely assault of the PGA leader board propelled him into the 10th automatic qualification spot.

Rory McIlroy was imperious at the US PGA

Rory McIlroy admits wanting to 'prove a few people wrong' after winning US PGA

Rory McIlroy was savouring yet another major masterclass today - and just loving the fact that he had proved some people wrong about him.

Graeme McDowell does his best to end at even par for his two rounds

McDowell battles 'brutal' wind to keep himself in contention

Northern Irishman cards respectable 76 as Harrington and Donald succumb to conditions

Tiger Woods, back up to No.2 in the world, during the WGC Bridgestone Invitational

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The Belfry, four times the host of the Ryder Cup, has been sold to American financiers who have pledged to carry out a major renovation on the vast property.

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