- Saturday, September 29, 2012
- Best day of Keegan Bradley's life? Seems like every day
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) -- Keegan Bradley called his Ryder Cup debut "the best day of my life." Barely 24 hours later, somehow it got even better. After stealing the show Friday with back-to-back wins, Bradley again partnered with Phil Mickelson to make beating the Europeans look easy....
- Notebook: No silent treatment at Ryder Cup
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) -- Wonder no more what would happen if the crowd screamed in the middle of a golfer's backswing. It's happened two days in a row at the Ryder Cup by design, signaling what might be the start of a new tradition. Bubba Watson got things off to a raucous start on...
- Steve Eubanks: On-course emotion works both ways
On-course emotion can work both ways. The Mickelson-Bradley duo thrived off the gallery Saturday morning, says Steve Eubanks, while the Watson-Simpson team seemed to suffer a bit.
- Friday, September 28, 2012
- Notebook: Ryder Cup Rookies thrive in debut on big stage
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) -- The Ryder Cup might be golf's most pressure-packed stage, but it hardly frightened this bunch. Four of the five rookies on the U.S. team contributed to the Americans' 5-3 lead on opening day. And without Nicholas Colsaerts' one-man show -- he made eight...
- Tiger Woods to sit out Ryder Cup session for first time ever
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) -- Tiger Woods has been dropped for the first time at a Ryder Cup, after U.S. captain Davis Love III elected to leave him out of Saturday's foursomes. Woods had played every possible match since making his debut in 1997. He did not play in 2008 while recovering from knee...
- Steve Eubanks: Hot teams set to go again on Saturday
Can Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson stay sizzling on Saturday? We’ll find out early, says Steve Eubanks, who offers his thoughts on the pairings that’ll start Day 2 at Medinah.
- Captain's Blog: Cold day, hot start
In his latest blog entry, U.S. Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III talks about finally getting to the golf and how his team rebounded from a slow start to take an early 5-3 lead over Europe.
- United States leads Ryder Cup 5-3 after Day 1 at Medinah
MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) -- Keegan Bradley went from rookie to a rock star in the Ryder Cup, and Phil Mickelson saw it coming. Moments after Bradley poured in an 18-foot birdie putt on the second hole Friday morning, Mickelson stood off to the side of the tee box to watch Bradley prepare to smash...
- Steve Eubanks: Watson-Simpson win will reverberate
It only counted for one point, but Steve Eubanks says the 5 & 4 shellacking that Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson put on Paul Lawrie and Peter Hanson had a much bigger impact.
- Steve Eubanks: Some ties are better than others
In the last 18 Ryder Cups, the winner of the opening session has won the whole thing 15 times. So, says Steve Eubanks, the fact that Team USA came out with a 2-2 split is a great result.