Westwood: U.S. Ryder Cup response flatters Euros

Europe's recent Ryder Cup victory against America assumed a prominent spot in Asia on Wednesday.

PGA president Bishop calls out Poulter on Twitter

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.

McDowell disappointed in Americans' 'dirty laundry'

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.

Ryder Cup task force named; framework talks begin

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.

Miceli: Appoint Azinger as '16 Ryder Cup captain

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.

Azinger says no to Ryder Cup task force

Despite being outspoken after the U.S. lost the Ryder Cup in September, Paul Azinger did not agree to join the likes of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on a task force to rite the American ship.

Zach Johnson: We need to play better

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.

Riding the bench, Ryder Cup style

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.

Babineau: Sorting through the mourning after

Who needs to set the DVR each afternoon to “Days of Our Lives” when we have a real-life reality show that is the U.S. Ryder Cup team? It's the focus of Jeff Babineau's Monday musings.

Watson statement on Ryder Cup

Here is the entirety of U.S. captain Tom Watson's statement Oct. 4 regarding fallout from the team's Ryder Cup loss to Europe.

Right or wrong, Mickelson forces Ryder changes

U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson issued a statement Oct. 4, dealing with recent reports of an emotional team-room scene at Gleneagles and taking responsibility for his team's issues.

Ryder sources: Watson flipped on Haas for Simpson

Less than 24 hours after having decided on his captain’s picks for the 2014 Ryder Cup, Tom Watson changed his mind regarding Bill Haas and opted instead for Webb Simpson.

Report: U.S. meeting at Ryder Cup turned ugly

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.

Tait: U.S. Ryder Cup captain system is flawed

The PGA of America should follow Europe's lead and get PGA Tour players more involved in their Ryder Cup captain selection.

Ryder Cup: TV ratings down; live-streaming numbers up

Golf Channel and NBC decided to show live Ryder Cup action in the middle of the night, but says its ratings drop over previous years, although live-streaming numbers increased significantly.

The Dunhill provides pro-am fix; Ryder Cup notes

The Alfred Dunhill Links Championship offers pairs some of the world's top golfers with notable celebrities at St. Andrews, Ryder Cup notes and more.

Match play ideal for all, except maybe Team USA

Maybe the U.S. team would do better in this event if its members were more familiar on a daily basis with the classic form of the game as it has been played on British links for centuries.

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.

McDowell, Rose lead Euros' Ryder Cup grades

In their 16.5-11.5 win over the U.S. in the 2014 Ryder Cup, the European players earned varying grades for their performances. Check out our senior writers' assessments.

Reed leads U.S. grades for Ryder Cup

In their 16.5-11.5 loss to Europe in the 2014 Ryder Cup, the U.S. players earned varying grades for their performances. Check out our senior writers' assessments.