British Olympic hero secures trophy for US after being 8-1 down to Emirates Team New Zealand
Paul Lawrie can understand some of Europe's big names missing this week's Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, but admits he is baffled by their absence from next week's Seve Trophy.
Watson wants both teams to have 12 players who have qualified rather than picked to earn a feeling of something 'very. very special'
Swede who lost form and fortune in Allen Stanford fraud proves popular FedEx Cup champion
Team look to defend their title by registering first ever victory on American soil
English star is hoping to be part of first team to win transatlantic tournament on US soil
English golfer finishes well off the pace at Oak Hill and chose to take his anger out on those criticising him via his Twitter account, including former Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie
After third-place finish at Muirfield, Ryder Cup hero Poulter believes a fast start on Thursday could see him lift the Wanamaker Trophy come Sunday
Last day charge from Englishman see's him with clubhouse lead but Phil Mickelson dashes any hopes of Open victory
Henrik Stenson believes rolling with the punches is the key to his attempt to become the first Swedish man to win a major title.
Former champion Zach Johnson leads after tough day
Phil Mickelson also critical of the course
Ernie Els' Open Championship defence begins today at Castle Stuart, in preparation at least. Els was a late entrant at the Scottish Open, an event he added to sharpen the tools ahead of the world's oldest major at Muirfield next week. The tournament stands alone as one worth winning, but appears caught between two schools: those that like or need to play the week before a major and those that prefer to prepare out of the public eye.
Graeme McDowell earned himself a new nickname in Versailles on Sunday after clinching a superb four shot victory in the French Open, his third win of the year.
The United States captain, Tom Watson, has named TV commentator Andy North as one of his vice-captains for next year's Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
Miller Barber, who died on 11 June at the age of 82, was a golfer with a unique swing who made the most combined starts on the PGA and Champions tours. Nicknamed “Mr X,” he played in 1,297 tournaments on the PGA Tour and the 50-and-over circuit. He won 11 times in 694 PGA Tour starts and added 24 victories in 603 events on the Champions Tour.