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A veteran and a rookie: Rose"s first home match

As a player who has already amassed six points in the cauldron of The Ryder Cup, and featured on both a winning and losing side, it would be easy to assume that Justin Rose has just about experienced the full range of emotions evoked by the biennial contest, writes RyderCup.com’s Steve Todd. Yet, the Englishman,

 
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Garcia gunning for more Ryder Cup glory

Sergio Garcia’s unbounded exuberance has, over the years, provided a number of the most enduring images seen at The Ryder Cup and the ever-popular Spaniard will be hoping to forge more golden moments at Gleneagles next week, writes RyderCup.com’s Will Pearson. “How many times over the years have we seen chip ins, or monster putts,

 
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Zac Blair leads Web.com Tour Championship

Zac Blair topped the Web.com Tour Championship leaderboard at 13 under Friday when second-round play was suspended because of darkness. Blair was 5 under with three holes left in the round that was delayed because of rain. ”It’s a little difficult not knowing when you’re going to have to stop and come back,” Blair said.

 
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Phil Mickelson to design 8,000-yard golf course envisioned to host Canadian Open

Phil Mickelson has been hired to create the Mickelson National Golf Club of Canada near Calgary. The club, which will contain Mickelson’s first signature course in Canada, is being built with the expectation that it will someday host the PGA Tour’s RBC Canadian Open. The course — which could be open for play as early

 
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Paula Reto takes LPGA Tour lead in Alabama

South Africa’s Paula Reto birdied her final hole Friday for a 6-under 66 and a three-stroke lead in the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic. Reto had five birdies in a six-hole stretch on her opening nine – the back nine on Capitol Hill’s Senator layout. The 24-year-old former Purdue player finished with eight birdies and two

 
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Which drivers will the Ryder Cup players use?

One of the real secrets to success on the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles will be accuracy off the tee, so drivers will play a key role in determining which team will claim the Ryder Cup. So which big sticks will the players choose? Here are summaries of the drivers that the members of both

 
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Ten things you didn’t know about Samuel Ryder

The Ryder Cup, the biennial contest between the top professional golfers from America and Europe, has become a fixture for both fans and players alike. Then came Samuel Ryder, a seed merchant from St. Albans, England, who was the driving force behind what is now one of the most-anticipated events on the golf schedule every

 
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From a small seed, a sporting feast has grown

By Martyn Herman ST ALBANS England . – An imposing oil portrait of one Samuel Ryder adorns a wall in Verulam Golf Club’s oak-panelled bar, just in front of a panoramic window overlooking the 18th hole named after him. The 109-year-old James Braid-designed course, just north of London in Hertfordshire, is dotted with members and

 
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Texas flavor to 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup Team

Like beef brisket, chili, Dr Pepper and Lone Star Beer, this year’s United States Ryder Cup Team has a definite Texas flavor. According to Texas-based golf writer Art Stricklin, no fewer than four players on the roster –Jordan Spieth, Hunter Mahan, Jimmy Walker and Patrick Reed — all came from Texas junior golf programs. RYDER

 
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Gallacher misses cut before 1st Ryder Cup

NEWPORT, Wales (AP) — Stephen Gallacher will miss the cut in his last tournament before his first Ryder Cup, putting his poor performance at the Wales Open down to ”thinking too much” about playing at Gleneagles next week. Click here to read the full article…

 
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Slimline Westwood just the tonic for Europe

Whilst Lee Westwood will – metaphorically speaking – be one of the biggest characters in Europe’s team room at next week’s Ryder Cup, the Englishman will be sporting a new slimline physique when he steps onto the first tee for the ninth time in the biennial contest, writes RyderCup.com’s Paul Symes. As the most experienced

 
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Bjorn again at Gleneagles

After such a glittering life in golf, one could be forgiven for assuming that Thomas Björn had more Ryder Cup appearances than two. Yet, at the age of 43 and after a 12 year absence, ‘The Great Dane’ deservedly returns to the European fold for a third cap at Gleneagles next week, writes RyderCup.com’s Callum

 
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