Team Europe Captain Bernhard Langer celebrates his team's Ryder Cup Matches win with jubilant fans. (Photo: Getty Images)
September 19, 2004

Team Europe wins Ryder Cup

Davis Love III summed up Team USA's sentiments following Sunday's singles matches at Oakland Hills Country Club. "It's a long two years until we get to do it again," he said. Rest assured in 2006 at The K Club in Dublin, Ireland, Team Europe will not be considered the underdog. Not after winning the Ryder Cup Matches for the seventh time in the last 10 meetings, this one coming in record fashion with an 18 1/2-9 1/2 whipping of the host Americans. more

Lehman to pair Woods and Furyk again in 2006

Lehman was at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club for last week's Presidents Cup, and was delighted as Woods and Furyk teamed up to win two of their three matches together while halving the other. more

Europe will be the favorite to win in 2006

The Europeans will be favored for the first time ever, says Colin Montgomerie, as they try to win three straight for the first time. more

Ireland unveils four new Ryder Cup stamps

Four new postage stamps celebrating the contribution of Irish golfers to The Ryder Cup and Ireland's hosting of the event next year have been unveiled. The stamps are part of An Post's Commemorative Stamp Program for 2005 and 2006. more

Sunday's Five Shots of the Day

Langer What were the best, baddest and biggest shots of Sunday's singles action at the 35th Ryder Cup Matches? Read on to see our list of the five shots heard 'round Oakland Hills. more

Sunday pairings an orderly list for Team USA

Langer Hal Sutton's team will take to the first tee Sunday in the order that they qualified for the team, from No. 1 points winner Tiger Woods through captain's pick Stewart Cink. more


Friday's Five Shots of the Day

Langer What were the best, baddest and biggest shots of Friday's action at the 35th Ryder Cup Matches? Read on to see our list of the shots heard 'round Oakland Hills. more

School Spirit: Team USA puts money where heart is

Langer As part of the PGA of America's support
for its Golf: For Business & Life program, each member of Team USA designated a $100,000 gift to his favorite college or university. more

The PGA of America: Dedicated to growing golf

Langer Since its founding in 1916 , The PGA of America and its network of member professionals have been dedicated to growing the game and the business of golf, as well as helping elevate the standard of the golf profession. more

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