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    USA wins!

    Blending rookies with veteran talent, the United States won the PGA Cup on Sunday in decisive fashion. Team USA remained unbeaten on home soil, and improved to 17-5-3 overall in the 25th edition of the Ryder Cup-style competition. Read more ...

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    Scenes from CordeValle

    The 25th PGA Cup put on another scintillating show on its final day, as the competition between the United States and Great Britain & Ireland remained intense to the end. Check out Sunday's best images from our photographers' point of view. See photos ...

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    Video: An ace in the place!

    Danny Balin gave the United States a spark Saturday morning, recording a hole-in-on the 183-yard seventh hole. Coincidentally, the only previous ace in PGA Cup play came from current Great Britain-Ireland Captain Russell Weir in 1986. Watch now ...

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    The PGA Cup: Playing for Pride

    For sure, there aren't as many people watching the 2011 PGA Cup as there were for the 2010 Ryder Cup, but that doesn't mean the pressure or sense of pride is any less for the privileged players picked to represent their respective countries. Watch now ...

    /video/events/2011/02/01/pga_2011pgacup_promo.pga The PGA Cup: Playing for Pride
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    CordeValle: California class

    Located in the foothills of Northern California's Santa Cruz Mountains, CordeValle is a secluded luxury resort in an extraordinary setting south of San Jose and north of the Monterey Peninsula that has welcomed the prestigious 2011 PGA Cup. Watch Now ...

    /video/events/2011/01/03/pgacup_cordevalle.pga CordeValle: California class
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    In Other News

    Small caps crazy week with third PGA Cup win

    No other player at CordeValle had the kind of hectic week from start to finish that Mike Small did. At the end of it, though, the Fighting Illini head coach added another huge victory to his ready impressive career record.

    Memories abound at Closing Ceremonies

    The 25th PGA Cup has slipped into the history books, but not before it provided the players, officials and fans an amazing week of golf. Among the highlights were Danny Balin's ace and Marty Jertson's hole-out for eagle.

    Remy Blog: Players deserve all the credit

    In the final entry of his PGA Cup blog, United States Captain Jim Remy remarks on the beautiful setting at CordeValle, the new friends he's made and the incredible camaraderie with the players and their families this week.

    Weir Blog: USA deserved its victory

    In the final entry of his PGA Cup blog, Great Britain & Ireland Captain Russell Weir praises the victorious Americans, and stresses that the friendships made among his team members this week will last the rest of their lives.

    Sunday Notebook: Hottest player tees off first

    Marty Jertson was a perfect 3-0 over the first two days, and led off the Sunday singles with yet another stellar performance. Plus, Danny Balin's on the top-10 list, veteran Sonny Skinner clinches the victory, and more.

    An ace in the place for Balin of Connecticut

    Danny Balin gave the United States a spark Saturday morning, recording a hole-in-on the 183-yard seventh hole. The only previous ace in PGA Cup play came from Great Britain-Ireland Captain Russell Weir in 1986.

    Two big tournaments, one great opportunity

    CordeValle is facing the unusual task of hosting the PGA Cup and a PGA Tour event in the span of a mere few weeks. Instead of being intimidated, though, the staff is excited about the chance to show off the facility.

    Designer Jones pleased at reception to his creation

    Every artist appreciates validation, and prominent course designer Robert Trent Jones Jr. is no different. He's certainly getting his share this week, as players and fans alike are raving about CordeValle.