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Live From The Ryder Cup discusses the impact that a win for the U.S. Team will have after the creation of the task force to empower players and increase continuity.
The Live From crew shares initial reactions to the United States’ opening pairings at the 2023 Ryder Cup and discuss whether Zach Johnson’s squad is deep enough to win on European soil.
Zach Johnson discusses the Friday foursome matches for Day 1 of the Ryder Cup, diving into his reasons for not running out electric duo Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in the opening session.
The Live From the Ryder Cup crew evaluates Luke Donald’s Friday foursome picks to open play for Europe, particularly the inclusion of Ludvig Aberg, while veterans Matthew Fitzpatrick and Justin Rose wait and watch.
Luke Donald breaks down his decisions for the Friday foursomes to open the Ryder Cup, talks about the allegiances of his wife entering the event and the team’s current form as Day 1 approaches.
Todd Lewis talks with Tommy Fleetwood, Rory McIlroy, Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg ahead of their Friday foursome matches as the Europeans look to win on home soil for the seventh consecutive time.
Watch as Viktor Hovland steps up to the par-4 fifth hole and makes a hole-in-one during a practice round for the 44th Ryder Cup.


We take you on a hole-by-hole tour of Marco Simone ahead of golf’s biggest spectacle.
Two writers debate the rule that allowed Europe to “retain” the Cup after a 14-all tie.
James Oh breaks down everything you need to do in your setup and swing to hit a fade with your driver.
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Europe wins first Junior Ryder Cup in six years
Relive the Junior Ryder Cup winning putt as Europe takes home the title for the first time in six tournament appearances.


Nicklaus first met Bonallack when the two competed in the 1959 Walker Cup.
The five-time Amateur champion, who was inducted into the WGHOF in 2000 was 88.
The U.S. hasn’t won in Europe in 30 years. The pod system has been effective, but adjustments have been made.
Justin Thomas said the sides get along as individuals but badly want to beat each other as rival teams.
John Wood is joined by U.S. Ryder Cup Assistant Captain Fred Couples on the course at Marco Simone for a brief walk-and-talk about his role on the team, the course and what he expects to be a tight competition.
Garcia and Poulter were not eligible to compete in the Ryder Cup.
The Swedish former top-ranked amateur will make his Ryder Cup debut in Rome