GB&I's Neil Raymond, Kevin Phelan and Max Orrin turned pro immediately after the Walker Cup. Callum Shinkwin, Jordan Smith, Nathan Kimsey and Garrick Porteous will remain amateurs but will attend the European Tour Qualifying School.
After the morning foursomes ended in favor of the United States, 10-6, an Alabama duo of Bobby Wyatt and Justin Thomas and a mid-am duo of Todd White and Nathan Smith enabled the Americans to reclaim the Walker Cup.
The U.S. started slow on Saturday, but finished with a flurry and holds an 8-4 lead heading into the final day of action on Sunday. Check out Alistair Tait's take, the Forecaddie, complete results and the best photos of the day!
As the wind picked up at National Golf Links, the defending Walker Cup champion GB&I team exited foursomes with a 1-point lead on the U.S. But a surprising shift in momentum saw the visitors trail badly in Southampton.
After sitting out morning foursomes, Max Homa was the first player to earn a point for the U.S. during afternoon Walker Cup play. That sparked more red on the board as the U.S. went from a one-point deficit to a four-point lead.
The par-3 fourth at National Golf Links comes right out of golf history -- Saturday it tortured Walker Cup competitors with a hole location that was as far back as legally possible on a green that was impossible to hold.
Singles play turned into a United States rout at the Walker Cup on Saturday afternoon, as the Americans won 6.5 of a possible 8 points and took an 8-4 lead in its quest to reclaim the Walker Cup -- recap the action right here!
A magical summer for the 23-year-old Garrick Porteus (British Amateur, Scottish Stroke Play titles) continued with a rousing performance to lead the way in earning a point for his GB&I team in a Saturday morning Walker Cup match.
Justin Thomas’ best shot of the day came at a most crucial time. Lodged in a fairway bunker with a high wall at National Golf Links’ 17th, Thomas climbed in and left the U.S. team with 4 feet for the victory.
While he rarely misses an Alabama football game, the sport wasn't Bobby Wyatt's thing from early in his life, instead choosing golf -- and it paid off in the form of the Tide's first national championship.
When it comes to apparel, players always say ‘Feel good, play good.’ Team USA was looking mighty dapper during Friday’s practice round at National Golf Links of America. All 10 players and the captain were dressed in plaid, navy pants with mustard lines coordinated with a white polo, a knit tie and a navy cardigan sweater.
You’d have thought of the two Walker Cup captains, Jim Holtgrieve of the U.S. would be delivering the 'I'm here to win,' message while Nigel Edwards, defending GB&I's 2011 Walker win, could have been forgiven for going the 'relationships' route.
From player-by-player bios to a course breakdown from Bradley S. Klein to Rickie Fowler and Graeme McDowell talking about their Walker Cup experience, enjoy our Preview Guide to this weekend's action at National Golf Links.
The biennial Walker Cup Matches set up shop this weekend at historic National Golf Links of America in Southampton, N.Y. In returning to the site of the first Walker Cup in 1922, the event will showcase match play on one of the quirkiest and most interesting of American layouts.
Late Thursday afternoon, Nigel Edwards rode a roofless golf cart to the base of National Golf Links’ landmark lighthouse and greeted Max Orrin, the last Great Britain & Ireland player left on the course.
It must be nice to be on the GB&I Walker Cup Team. They played Pine Valley GC, Bayonne GC and also got to visit different sites in New York City before making their way to the National Golf Links of America.