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Todd Lewis joins Golf Today to discuss Rory McIlroy’s comments on his argument with Joe LaCava and what to make of the heated exchanges that highlighted the 2023 Ryder Cup.
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Watch the best shots and moments from the third and final round of the 2023 LPGA Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
Rory McIlroy explains what winning another Ryder Cup means to him and shouts out the new blood that helped the European team get back in the win column.
Team Europe’s captain Luke Donald reflects on the significant meaning his team’s Ryder Cup victory has for not only his personal career but also for his country.
Following the victory cheers from team Europe, USA captain Zach Johnson reflects on the past week and congratulates Europe on an impressive performance.
This putt concession from Rickie Fowler to Tommy Fleetwood on No. 16 was the clincher that gave Europe its seventh straight Ryder Cup win on home soil.
Rory McIlroy disputes reports that he met with Joe LaCava, Patrick Cantlay’s caddie, after their disagreement Saturday, and says that the run-in motivated him in his singles match vs. Sam Burns.
Twice in the early going of his singles match at the Ryder Cup, Justin Thomas nailed a huge putt and tipped his “cap” to the crowd as he goes without a hat in support of Patrick Cantlay.
Watch the best shots and moments from Round 2 of the 2023 LPGA Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
Rich Lerner and Brandel Chamblee react to Patrick Cantlay’s performance in an important Day 2 for the Ryder Cup U.S. Team, in which the Americans kept themselves hanging around entering Sunday singles action.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss the 2023 Ryder Cup intensifying with the drama around the 18th green, before walking through each Sunday singles matchup to assess whether the U.S. Team can mount a historic comeback.
U.S. Team captain Zach Johnson speaks to the media after Day 2 of the Ryder Cup, downplaying the effect that the tension on 18 might have on Day 3 and expressing confidence in his team’s comeback chances in singles play.
Live From the Ryder Cup previews the singles matches set for Day 3 of the Ryder Cup, in which Scottie Scheffler has the chance to salvage a tough weekend individually by kicking off a comeback for the U.S. Team.
Live From the Ryder Cup analyzes the tension between Rory McIlroy and Joe LaCava, agreeing that the dispute on 18 was a bad look for LaCava but disagreeing about the effect it may have for the U.S. Team on Day 3.
Team Europe captain Luke Donald meets with the media to discuss the tensions at hole 18 on Day 2, the Europeans’ strong standing heading into singles play and his belief that players shouldn’t be paid for the Ryder Cup.
Ryder Cup U.S. Team captain Zach Johnson vehemently rejected the reports of friction in the clubhouse involving Patrick Cantlay, calling the statements “garbage” and “asinine” and calling Cantlay a team leader.
Brian Harman, Max Homa, Wyndham Clark, Patrick Cantlay, Collin Morikawa and Sam Burns address the media after Day 2 of the Ryder Cup, rejecting rumors that the team lacks unity and discussing momentum heading into Day 3.
Rory McIlroy and Jim “Bones” Mackay got into a heated exchange in the parking lot, seemingly about Joe LaCava’s celebration over Patrick Cantlay’s birdie putt on 18. Live From the Ryder Cup has more on the confrontation.
Check out the best shots and highlights from the first day of action at the Ryder Cup, where the United States fought back to give themselves a sliver of hope entering Sunday.
Jon Rahm, Max Homa and Rory McIlroy all make an appearance on the top approach shots of the second day at the Ryder Cup.
In a match the U.S. Team needed, Patrick Cantlay and Wyndham Clark earned a thrilling fourball win over Matt Fitzpatrick and Rory McIlroy -- the best match of Ryder Cup Day 2 action at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club.
Patrick Cantlay and Wyndham Clark discuss the strong close to their match win over Rory McIlroy and Matt Fitzpatrick, and Cantlay touches on the U.S. vs. Europe shenanigans.
This putt from Patrick Cantlay put the finishing touches on a solo run to turn a deficit into a U.S. victory in the final two holes of the final Saturday fourballs at the Ryder Cup.
In a moment that could be talked about for a long time, Jordan Spieth switched to 3-wood on No. 16 at the Ryder Cup after talking it over with captain Zach Johnson and proceeded to hit the water hazard.
Tommy Fleetwood keeps his and Nicolai Hojgaard’s fourballs match against Brian Harman and Max Homa going by chipping in on No. 16 at Marco Simone.
Max Homa came up huge on back-to-back holes during Day 2 fourballs at the Ryder Cup, setting up an eagle on No. 12 with his approach and staving off a European hole win on 13 with a massive putt.
The United States team has been the punching bag early in the Ryder Cup, but Sam Burns’ excellent start to Saturday’s afternoon session got him fired up to exchange words with the European crowd at Marco Simone.
Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg defeat Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka, 9 & 7, for the largest foursomes victory in Ryder Cup history.
Max Homa chips in for eagle at the par-4 16th to close out the match and give the Americans their first victory of the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Jon Rahm stays locked in at the Ryder Cup, sticking his tee shot on No. 17 within inches to win the match and session for Europe.
The European crowd at Marco Simone was ready to explode if Rory McIlroy made this birdie putt on No. 15, and the Ryder Cup veteran did not disappoint.