News Archive

  • Tuesday, September 25, 2012
  • European Ryder Cup Team honours Seve

    The memory of Seve Ballesteros will be carried every step of the way by The European Team during The 2012 Ryder Cup with the United States at Medinah Country Club this week.

  • Monday, September 24, 2012
  • Europe trail in Junior Ryder Cup

    The United States hold a slim two point lead at the end of the first day of the Junior Ryder Cup and with one match still to be completed there is everything to play for.

  • Captains converge at Medinah

    Jose Maria Olazabal and Davis Love III, The 2012 Ryder Cup Captains, gathered in the media centre at Medinah Country Club to give their opening thoughts on the week that lies ahead in Illinois.

  • Glenmuir’s Ryder Cup association honoured

    Glenmuir's 25 years as Official Supplier of Golf Clothing to the European Ryder Cup Team was marked in a unique presentation aboard the official Ryder Cup flight from London to Chicago.

  • José María Olazábal and Team Europe welcomed to Medinah

    European Captain José María Olazábal was greeted by United States counterpart Davis Love III as he arrived at Medinah Country Club on Monday afternoon ahead of The 2012 Ryder Cup.

  • Medinah - the next chapter

    The teams are gathering and will heading to the course tomorrow to start their Ryder Cup preparations and write a new chapter in the rich history of Medinah

  • US take early Junior Ryder Cup lead

    The United States claimed a narrow lead after the first session of the Junior Ryder Cup in Chicago, winning the morning foursomes by 3.5 to 2.5 points.

  • Captain and Cup on their way as Ryder Cup week begins

    European Ryder Cup Captain José María Olazábal plus members of his team and back room staff depart from London to Chicago with the Samuel Ryder Trophy in tow as competition week begins in earnest.

  • Sunday, September 23, 2012
  • McIlroy has the fear factor

    World Number One, US PGA Champion and the player the US team fear the most, Rory McIlroy may be playing only his second Ryder Cup and first on US soil but he is the man to beat.

  • Westwood out to be the main man at Medinah

    Every team has a natural leader, an inspirational talisman that all players look up to, and for Europe, that man is Lee John Westwood.