- Tuesday, October 2, 2012
- Team Europe gets royal seal of approval
As all of Europe continues to celebrate José María Olazábal and his team’s remarkable victory in The Ryder Cup at Medinah last Sunday, the Spanish Captain revealed he had received a very special call of congratulations from the King of Spain, Juan Carlos I.
- Monday, October 1, 2012
- Congratulations from President of European Commission
José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission, has sent a personal message of congratulations to José María Olazábal, who guided his European Team to a famous 14½-13½ victory over their American counterparts.
- Sunday, September 30, 2012
- Team Europe hail Seve influence
Europe's triumphant players had Seve Ballesteros on their minds after their remarkable Ryder Cup victory in Medinah.
- Elliott: Ring out the Bells
Bill Elliott, Golf Monthly Editor at Large and Chairman of the Association of Golf Writers: "There will never be a Ryder Cup like the 39th version at Medinah"
- No regrets for Love
After Team Europe had completed a historic 14 1/2 - 13 1/2, American Captain Davis Love felt he had done all he could to win back the Ryder Cup for his country at Medinah.
- Timeline to victory
How Europe won The Ryder Cup.
- Europe pull off 'Miracle of Medinah'
Dressed in the colours of the late Seve Ballesteros, Europe on Sunday pulled off one of his trademark great escapes in what will go down as the "Miracle of Medinah" as they equalled the biggest singles comeback in Ryder Cup history to win 14 ½-13 ½
- European charge sets up thrilling finale
Dressed in the colours of the late Seve Ballesteros, Europe were fittingly fighting for all they were worth on the final day of The Ryder Cup in Chicago.
- Molinari plays away in European anchor role
With a characteristically neat drive off the first tee of Medinah’s No. 3 Course from Francesco Molinari, all 12 of José María Olazábal’s European team were out on the course early on Saturday afternoon in Chicago
- McIlroy hits the ground running
Europe's attempts to equal the biggest ever last-day comeback in Ryder Cup history got off to an unorthodox start when Rory McIlroy bizarrely arrived at Medinah just ten minutes before the start of his singles match.