Ryder Cup


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Ryder Cup

n
(Golf) the Ryder Cup the trophy awarded in a professional golfing competition between teams representing Europe and the US
[C20: named after Samuel Ryder (1859–1936), British businessman and golf patron]
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GOLF'S Ryder Cup could return to England for the first time in 24 years with The Belfry under consideration to host the biennial contest again.
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THOMAS BJORN claimed that no European player did "a Bryson DeChambeau" to deny Sergio Garcia a Ryder Cup wildcard.
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American ace Phil Mickelson is hoping to get over his Ryder Cup heartache with victory in this weekend's WGC - HSBC Champions.
THE dust may only just have settled on the 39th edition of the famous Ryder Cup in Medinah, Chicago, but 4,000 miles away in Wales the positive impact of hosting the event two years ago is still going strong.