PGA Tour golfer Rory McIlroy was surprised that Tiger Woods was named a U.S. Ryder Cup vice captain on Wednesday and wonders if that means Woods' health won't permit him to try and qualify as a player.
Darren Clarke isn’t planning to rock the Ryder Cup boat. The Northern Irishman will stick to a so-far successful script in the hopes of leading Europe to an unprecedented fourth consecutive Ryder Cup victory.
If he could be allowed a mulligan, PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem would use it regarding his stated support of the Ryder Cup task force’s decision to eliminate Ryder Cup points from fall tournaments.
Though they found themselves at the same theater Saturday – a college golf tournament in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., – Davis Love and Duke Butler understand they are on opposite sides of an issue that surfaced earlier this week.
PGA of America president Ted Bishop took to social media Thursday to call out Ian Poulter for comments Poulter made about Nick Faldo and Tom Watson in his book, "No Limits," which was released this week.
Tim Finchem will not be part of the recently announced U.S. Ryder Cup task force, but the PGA Tour commissioner nonetheless has a few ideas about how the Americans can reassert themselves in the biennial matches.
Graeme McDowell has joined Lee Westwood in condemning the U.S. Ryder Cup team for airing its dirty linen in public. The Northern Irishman also accused Tom Watson of seeming “disconnected and aloof” from his players.
As expected, the 11-person task force will include Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler, but the goal of the panel isn't just 2016, it is future-proofing the U.S. at the Ryder Cup for years to come.
Losing three consecutive Ryder Cups and eight of the past 10 has forced the PGA of America to re-evaluate everything about the Ryder Cup. One decision is easy, according to our Alex Miceli: Paul Azinger should be the captain in '16.
As a new PGA Tour season begins today, Zach Johnson offered up a fresh take on a tournament from across the pond that still is lingering on the minds of many – the 2014 Ryder Cup, where the U.S. went down yet again.
There is no good reason – other than failed history – to continue a Ryder Cup format in which only eight of 12 players on each team are on the course at a time during the first two days of the competition, writes Jim Achenbach.
When Phil Mickelson criticized U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson following the Americans' defeat at Gleneagles, it came after a team-bonding session the night before in which Watson ripped U.S. team members.
The Ryder Cup climbed from near irrelevance in the 1920s to become one of the most anticipated events in golf. Over the years, it has provided moments of high drama. See some of those great moments as captured this year and in the event's 87-year history by photographers from The Associated Press.