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8:22 PM - Tuesday, September 30, 2014
6 hour ago - NYT
As the dust settles over yet another Ryder Cup defeat for the United States, PGA of America president Ted Bishop says he would like to see a more "systematic approach" in selecting the U.S. captain for 2016.
10 hour ago - CBS Sports
Report: Tiger to open his own Florida restaurant
9/29/2014 - Bleacher Report / Kenny Dejohn
The Europeans reigned supreme for the third Ryder Cup in a row, defeating the United States 16.5 to 11.5 in 2014's installment of the popular tournament. There were few bright spots for the United States, while mostly everyone on Europe's rost . . .
8 hour ago - CBS Sports
Ryder Cup veteran: 'A lot (expletive) went on'
15 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
In case you missed it, 17-year-old golfer Christopher Meyers accomplished one of the rarest feats in golf at one of the most famous finishing holes in the game.
7 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
Our roundtable on Phil vs. Tom, why Team USA can't beat Europe and the next American captain.
7 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
If any good can come out of the latest in a long line of U.S. disasters in the Ryder Cup, it would start with the PGA of America's acknowledging that it needs to radically change the system. Its braintrust should start with a call to Paul Azing . . .
11 hour ago - ESPN / Kevin Maguire
Rookies Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed taught us a few things about the Ryder Cup, but they weren't the only items that we figured out, writes ESPN.com's Kevin Maguire.
13 hour ago - ARMCHAIR GOLF BLOG
NEED HELP ANALYZING ANOTHER UNITED STATES defeat in the Ryder Cup?> Read Golf Digest's "9 Reasons the U.S. Lost the Ryder Cup." The slideshow includes an explanation of all nine points and thumbnails of the action at Gleneagles.Here's a preview . . .
9/29/2014 - ESPN / Associated Press
Paul McGinley is ready to call it a career in the Ryder Cup, and it ended on a perfect note.
6 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
How do you keep losing Ryder Cups again and again? As a team. You win as a team, you lose as a team. The Europeans excel at it, especially the winning part. The Americans? They’ve got the losing part down. The team part? Sometimes, you wonder.
4 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
Our Gary Van Sickle examines the continuing fallout from Gleneagles and takes an extra deep dip into the mailbag to answer all of your Ryder Cup related questions.
4 hour ago - Sports Illustrated
A Ryder Cup radio-interview in Australia ended off with quite the bang on Sunday. Golf expert Mark Allen was chatting with Australia Sports Entertainment Network’s Kevin Bartlett when he crashed his car on-air.

9/29/2014 - Bleacher Report / Kathy Bissell
No matter what you think of the Phil Mickelson/Tom Watson difference of opinion, the statements made it clear that the U.S. team is in need of a fix for Ryder Cup losses that have plagued teams since 1995. Where to start? That's the question. W . . .
9/29/2014 - NYT
Phil Mickelson delivered his most memorable shot after the Ryder Cup was over.
9/29/2014 - NYT / Karen Crouse
Making the cutoff for Cup qualifying later than the P.G.A. Championship and putting less stock in experienced players could make the Americans more competitive.
9/29/2014 - USATODAY.com
The European Ryder Cup team knows how to celebrate good times.         
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