Having earlier appointed Robert Karlsson as the first of his vice captains for the 42nd Ryder Cup, European skipper Thomas Bjorn has added four more experienced individuals to his backroom staff.
John Feinstein, best-selling author and Golf Digest contributing editor, has got as close to Masters champion Patrick Reed as any journalist in golf.
“This has got way out of hand!” were the only words Stephen Atkinson could get out of his mouth as he opened the door to be confronted by Thomas Bjorn and the Ryder Cup.
Chalk this up as, “Don’t mess with success.” On Monday, the PGA of America announced through its social feeds that the Ryder Cup will be returning to Hazeltine in 2028.
A renewed focus, plus a new putter and some other major equipment switches, makes Bubba Watson one of the favourites in two weeks to win the Masters for a third time. He's also calling out to Team USA Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk.
If you thought the scene at the 2016 Ryder Cup was raucous, get a load of what awaits in Paris.
They say its often better to be lucky than good in golf and Richard P. Turner certainly can't argue with that.
After serving as a last-minute assistant captain for the United State at the Ryder Cup two years ago, Bubba Watson said he is motivated to be back for this year’s matches in France.
Thomas Bjørn’s buildup to the European Tour’s newest stop has been nothing if not emotional.
The prospective American squad for the 2018 Ryder Cup has already been hyped as the most talented crew in United States history. And that was omitting a certain 14-time major winner from the mix. But according to the man himself, he hasn’t ruled out the possibility.
"Private time" with the U.S. Ryder Cup captain at next September's Ryder Cup near Paris is actually a thing you can buy.