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Justin Thomas hits a beautiful wedge shot and holes the birdie putt on No. 6 to give the United States its first match lead on Friday at the Ryder Cup.
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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.
Relive the Junior Ryder Cup winning putt as Europe takes home the title for the first time in six tournament appearances.
Rory McIlroy walks the course at Marco Simone with Todd Lewis, sharing details from the European team room, why the Ryder Cup means so much to him and what the Rookies bring to the European team.
Brooks Koepka got back to his best game during the 2023 season; can he impose his will for the U.S. team at the Ryder Cup?
Europe decided to kick the Ryder Cup off with foursomes, a format in which they’ve been successful over the years. Brandel Chamblee, however, thinks there are pitfalls to the move.
Wyndham Clark explains why his comments about wanting to beat Rory McIlroy in a Ryder Cup match were taken out of context and what goes into a good partnership.
Ryan Lavner and Rex Hoggard evaluate the state of the European Ryder Cup Team and the biggest concerns facing each team’s captain entering the event.
Todd Lewis walks the course with Max Homa to discuss the U.S. team’s energy ahead of the Ryder Cup, what he has learned about Marco Simone, playing with Brian Harman and more.
Colin Montgomerie, who has eight Ryder Cup appearances for Team Europe, discusses blocking out the outside noise and the importance of all 12 members on the team playing at their best in order to be successful.
Novak Djokovic shares his experience playing in the Ryder Cup All-Star Match and explains why he wants to stay to catch the atmosphere and action after he’ll address Team Europe before the start of the Ryder Cup.
Rory McIlroy remarks on the “fantastic” environment ahead of his seventh Ryder Cup and the “transitional period” the European team is currently undergoing with new players and an eye on the future.
Check out the best shots and moments from the 2023 Ryder Cup All-Star Match, featuring celebrities such as Novak Djokovic, Kathryn Newton and more!
The golf world reacts to news of former R&A secretary and amateur great Sir Michael Bonallack passing away at the age of 88.
The Live From crew discuss what it would mean for the U.S. to overcome a 30-year drought of winning the Ryder Cup on foreign soil.
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.
The Live From crew debates the course setup decisions made by Team Europe at Marco Simone and whether the trimming of the rough will play out well for them at the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Rex Hoggard & Ryan Lavner discuss their expectations for the 2023 Ryder Cup based on a first look at the hilly terrain of Marco Simone and the energy exuded in early-week press conferences.
Jon Rahm discusses how his experience with the Ryder Cup differs from the approach rookies will have in their debut.
Team USA’s Jordan Spieth talks over the different approach to playing in a Ryder Cup where the crowd is cheering against you.
Justin Thomas is ''very excited” to be a part of the Ryder Cup, something he believes is “as good as it gets” in competitive golf, and he’s blocking out the opinions of those who would question his U.S. inclusion.
Rex Hoggard & the rest of the Live From crew discuss possible pairings for the U.S. team ahead of the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Brad Thomas and Jay Croucher give their best value picks in the Ryder Cup betting market, including Xander Schauffele as Team U.S.'s top point scorer.
Rex Hoggard tells Todd Lewis that Scottie Scheffler is looking to be “more athletic” with his putting stroke, which is why he’s working with new coach Phil Kenyon ahead of the Ryder Cup.
The Golf Central panel reacts to Luke Donald mentioning that he wants to start Friday with foursomes, something the European side hasn’t done on home soil since 1993, which was the last time the U.S. won away from home.
Zach Johnson doesn’t think camaraderie and passion have been issues for U.S. Ryder Cup teams on European soil, but “times evolve,” and as a result of collaboration, they’ve found ways to be more efficient and effective.