- Tuesday, September 25, 2012
- Lawrie prepared to “step up to the plate”
Paul Lawrie is back in the European Tour after a 13-year absence, and ready to once again lead from the front
- Change in perspective a thrill for Molinari
Francesco Molinari is making his second consecutive appearance at The Ryder Cup at Medinah and the Italian is once again looking forward to embracing the unique camaraderie the competition invokes.
- US retain Junior Ryder Cup
The United States today won the Junior Ryder Cup for the third time in succession with a five-point victory at Olympia Fields in Chicago.
- Olazábal gives little away
José María Olazábal was giving very little away on the first practice day of The 2012 Ryder Cup but Sergio Garcia and Graeme McDowell appear to be central to his early planning.
- European spirits high in first practice
Under blanket blue skies and wall-to-wall sunshine at Medinah Country Club, the players of Team Europe were showing plenty of camaraderie and high spirits during the first official practice day ahead of The 2012 Ryder Cup.
- Memory of Seve rings loud for Rose
Justin Rose draws inspiration from the memory of the late Severiano Ballesteros as the practice begins in earnest for The 2012 Ryder Cup.
- McDowell reflects on epic 2010
Whether you were there to witness it, or were among the millions of fans who watched it on television, no-one will ever forget Graeme McDowell’s epic singles victory over Hunter Mahan.
- Level-headed Hanson ready for “critical test”
Peter Hanson will be playing his second Ryder Cup but is expecting a very different experience in front of away crowds this time.
- Any clues from first practice groupings?
Team Europe are out on the course for their first practice session of the week with some intriguing groupings.
- Etna orange heralds red hot Europe?
José María Olazábal and his 12-man European team gathered in the pale light of dawn for the traditional pre-competition team photographs on Tuesday morning at Medinah Country Club.