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Europe the Warm Favourites as Gleneagles Gets Ready for Ryder Cup Drama

The golfing world is gearing up for three days of highest drama as Europe and the United States meet in the Ryder Cup. Gleneagles resort in Scotland has been preparing itself for the Ryder...
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The Best USA Ryder Cup Moments

The air is beginning to tingle and there is a buzz simmering through golf club chatter throughout the world. We know its going to be good but we do not know quite how great...
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Ryder Cup Countdown On After Wildcard Picks Named

Paul McGinley and Tom Watson announced their three wildcard picks for the Ryder Cup, which kicks off at Gleneagles on September 26, and there were no surprises as the highly-tipped triumvirate of Lee Westwood,...
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The Ryder Cup Begins: The European Pick Predictions

For the next month, golf can forget about the individualistic major performances, world rankings and the FedEx Cup. The Ryder Cup is officially back and we will see golf replace the seemingly incompatible nature of...

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