Miceli: McGinley created winning environment

Every time you listen to European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, you learn a little more about why his team beat a dysfunctional U.S. team and about the man for whom the Europeans wanted to play.

Babineau: Time for U.S. to find some answers

Once more, Europe partied through the night after winning its third straight Ryder Cup while the American camp went sleepless.

Sunday's recap: Europe wins Ryder Cup

The Europeans earned seven points in Sunday's singles session at Gleneagles to defeat the Americans, 16 1/2 - 11 1/2, and win their third straight Ryder Cup.

SCORES: 2014 Ryder Cup results

Check out the leaderboard for Sunday's matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland.

SCORES: 2014 Ryder Cup, Saturday

Check out the leaderboard for Saturday's matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland.

SCORES: 2014 Ryder Cup, Friday

Check out the leaderboard for Friday's matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Perthshire, Scotland.

Ryder Cup pairings for Friday four-ball matches

U.S. captain Tom Watson and European captain Paul McGinley revealed their pairings for Friday's morning matches at the 2014 Ryder Cup.

Poulter would make good fit as future captain

Ian Poulter, sometimes known as Mr. Ryder Cup, loves the atmosphere surrounding the biennial match and could be a good fit as a captain once he's done shredding American opponents.

A target? McIlroy doesn't care; he has a job to do

As World No. 1 and the winner of the last two majors, Rory McIlroy is gaining a lot of attention at the Ryder Cup. The 25-year-old is trying to block all of that out and simply do his job, and that's to win.

Could Gallacher be early Euro trump card?

Stephen Gallacher will hear plenty of cheers this week, as he is the only Scot teeing it up for Europe in the 2014 Ryder Cup -- and might get the first tee shot of the matches.

Dubuisson marches to beat of his own drum

Victor Dubuisson might have a spot in Hollywood after his golf career, as the Frenchman has proven to be unlike any other on the 2014 European Ryder Cup squad.

Europe keeps it light in preparation for Ryder Cup

The European squad has won four of the past five Ryder Cups, and many point to their relaxed nature and camaraderie off the course to stellar performances on it.

Bjorn excited to be playing this time around

Thomas Bjorn will make his first Ryder Cup appearance since 2002 this week at Gleneagles, and only the third since his debut in 1997.

Underdog U.S. squad following its confident leader

The U.S. is an underdog on paper and with oddsmakers, but if matches were won off the course with talk, Tom Watson may just be the man to lead the Americans to Ryder Cup victory.

Joost Luiten hangs on for Wales Open victory

Despite bogeying his first two holes Sunday, Joost Luiten was able to hang on to win the Wales Open for his fourth career European Tour victory.

Home-course advantage for Euros? Not so fast

Home-course advantage might not be such a key factor in this week’s Ryder Cup. Most of Europe’s stars are only slightly more familiar with the Perthshire layout than their American rivals.

Joost Luiten takes lead at Wales Open

Joost Luiten used a third-round 6-under 65 to take a two-shot lead Saturday at the ISPS Handa Wales Open.

Lowry takes 36-hole lead at Wales Open

Shane Lowry took the 36-hole lead at the ISPS Handa Wales Open Friday with a round of 6-under 65, leading Joost Luiten and Nicolas Colsaerts by one stroke.

Colsaerts hits 447-yard drive in Wales

Nicolas Colsaerts pumped a European Tour-record 447-yard drive today at the Wales Open.

Tait: McIlroy, McDowell should unite for Ryder Cup

Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell should settle their legal differences for the sake of the European side before the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, says Alistair Tait.