- Sunday, September 30, 2012
- Stage set for Sunday singles
José María Olazábal’s Europe began their quest to stage the greatest comeback in Ryder Cup history in bright and warm conditions on Sunday morning at Medinah.
- Olazabal acknowledges Love's gesture to Seve Ballesteros
José María Olazábal, Europe’s Captain, has acknowledged the generous gesture of American counterpart Davis Love III which allowed The European Team to wear navy blue in honour of Seve Ballesteros for the final day of the The 2012 Ryder Cup match with the United States at...
- Saturday, September 29, 2012
- I believe says defiant Olazábal
Despite taking a four point deficit into the final day of The 2012 Ryder Cup, European Captain José María Olazábal asserted his belief that an extraordinary European comeback was still possible as Luke Donald was selected to lead out his side in the Sunday Singles matches.
- Elliott: And yet
Bill Elliott, Golf Monthly Editor at Large, and Chairman of the Association of Golf Writers, looks ahead to final day of The 2012 Ryder Cup, and whether Europe can stage the greatest Ryder Cup comeback since 1999
- Brilliance of Poulter and McIlroy keeps Europe in hunt
Ian Poulter birdied each of the last five holes as he and Rory McIlroy won their match on the final hole to close the gap to four points.
- US pull further ahead
Ian Poulter and Justin Rose gained Europe’s only point of the second morning as America pulled further ahead at The Ryder Cup in Chicago.
- Olazábal shuffles pack
José María Olazábal has shuffled his pack for the second fourball session as Europe, trailing 8-4 after the morning foursomes, look to claw their way back into the match.
- Official 2014 Ryder Cup painting unveiled
The official painting for The 2014 Ryder Cup has been unveiled by First Minister, the Rt Hon Alex Salmond at The 2012 Ryder Cup in Chicago.
- Super Saturday begins
As Team Europe target a change in momentum after taking a two point deficit into the Saturday matches, play began on day two of The 2012 Ryder Cup in Chicago…
- Europe looking to battle back
European Captain José María Olazábal was hoping for a big turnaround in the morning foursomes as the United States continued to hold the upper hand on day two of The Ryder Cup at Medinah.