News Archive

  • Thursday, September 27, 2012
  • What they said: before the Friday Foursomes

    With the golfing world poised for play first thing at Medinah we got the reaction of both teams ahead of the opening session of foursomes at The 2012 Ryder Cup.

  • The stage is set

    Bill Elliott, Editor at Large, Golf Monthly and Chairman of the Association of Golf Writers, looks ahead to the start of the 2012 Ryder Cup for what promises to be a passionate collision of continent and country.

  • Friday Foursomes pairings revealed

    After two years of build-up, the pairings for the opening Friday Foursomes Matches were revealed at the conclusion of The 2012 Ryder Cup Opening Ceremony.

  • Five keys to a Team Europe victory

    On the eve of The 2012 Ryder Cup we have put together the five keys to European Team victory ahead of the opening Friday morning Foursomes Matches.

  • Too close to call says Gallacher

    Bernard Gallacher believes this week’s Ryder Cup match is so close to call it could easily become only the third tie in the 85 year history of the iconic transatlantic golfing battle, writes John Whitbread.

  • Europe still embracing Chicago spirit

    As Team Europe played their final nine holes of practice ahead of The 2012 Ryder Cup opening ceremony on Thursday afternoon, José María Olazábal’s troops continued to get into the Chicago spirit with the help of the city’s prodigious sporting heritage.

  • Seve Ballesteros Mr Ryder Cup

    As Team Europe prepares to take on the Americans for the first Ryder Cup since Seve Ballesteros' passing, we look back at his seminal involvement in the biennial contest.

  • Spectacular gala evening shows best of Chicago

    Excitement builds with the Gala extravaganza ahead of what is surely set to be a Showpiece in Chicago

  • Olazábal mixes things up

    José María Olazábal  today mixed things up for Europe's final nine-hole practice session on the eve of the Ryder Cup in Chicago.

  • Wednesday, September 26, 2012
  • Captains meet Juniors at Medinah

    They may not have got the result they wanted at this week’s junior pre-cursor to the main event but José María Olazábal did his best to make up for that loss when he stopped by for a quick chat with Europe’s next generation.