Ryder Cup Moments
Today's Ryder Cup Moment:
Ryder Cup history is full of magical moments that will live forever in the folklore of the competition. In 'Memorable Moments' we bring you a selection of these occasions, from holes-in-one and vital chip-ins, to putts that determined the destiny of the Cup. To view the Ryder Cup Moments simply click on the video of your choice for a moment that helped make the Ryder Cup so special. *All videos require the free RealPlayer.
Tony Jacklin and Jack Nicklaus on the final hole of the final day
Ken Brown's third shot to the final hole on day 2 during the fourball matches.
Peter Oosterhuis' story, 2nd to 18th to beat Jerry Magee in the final singles match.
Lanny Wadkins' 3rd shot to the 18th hole to beat José Maria Olazábal.
Sam Torrance's 2nd to 18th hole and his birdie putt to win the Ryder Cup for Europe.
Bernhard Langer and Ken Brown's victory over Ray Floyd and Lanny Wadkins
Eamon Darcy beating Curtis Strange and Seve Ballesteros with the winning putt.
Christy O'Connor 2nd to the 18th hole on the final day to defeat Fred Couples.
Bernhard Langer's missed par putt on the final hole to beat Hale Irwin.
Mark Calcavecchia's story - one of the greatest collapses in Ryder Cup history.
Chip Beck's remarkable chip-in on the 12th hole.
Costantino Rocca's three putt on the 17th hole.
Nick Faldo's hole in one on the 14th hole against Paul Azinger.
Nick Faldo's third shot to the final hole and his par putt to beat Curtis Strange.
Nick Faldo's 2nd to the 18th during Saturday's Fourballs
Fred Couples' 3rd shot (Bunker) to the 18th hole during the final day's singles matches
Jay Haas' and Philip Walton's story on the 18th hole
Costantino Rocca's hole-in-one at the 6th hole during the day 2 fourball matches.
Sergio Garcia, teams up with charismatic Swede Jesper Parnevik .
Paul Lawrie follows up his memorable Open victory with another impressive performance.
After a disappointing debut in Valderrama the World No. 1 came to Brookline.
Justin Leonard staged one of the most incredible comebacks in Ryder Cup history.
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