Most golf fans recognize the Ryder Cup trophy and know the name of Samuel Ryder, but how much you do really know about? Here are 10 facts we uncovered about the man responsible for creating one of golf's marquee events.
The 1939 British Ryder Cup Team was packed and ready to head to Ponte Vedra, Fla. But something big intervened – and that Ryder Cup remains the only one scheduled but never played. Read about what happened.
Want to feel the passion and patriotism of the Ryder Cup? Watch a full preview covering storylines, the team rosters, the host venue and more as the golf world turns its focus to Gleneagles.
Led by Captain Sam Torrance, the 2002 European Ryder Cup team slipped past the U.S. 15 1/2-12 1/2 at the Belfry, with then rookie Paul McGinley (the 2014 European Captain) grabbing the decisive half point.
The world's pro tour players are great golfers, but many of them are fine photographers, too. Here is our September (so far) collection of golf course photos from Rocco Mediate, Tiffany Joh, Olin Browne and more.