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Thorbjorn Olesen denies sexual assault charge: report

Thorbjorn Olesen, who helped Europe to victory in the Ryder Cup last year, was arrested at London's Heathrow Airport on July 29 following a flight from the United States, where he had been playing a World Golf Championships event in Memphis.

Ryder Cup: European Tour to help fan who lost vision from ball strike

The injured spectator was hospitalized after being hit on the head by an errant drive from Brooks Koepka on the sixth hole at Le Golf National last Friday. 


Ryder Cup: Patrick Reed vents over Jordan Spieth, Jim Furyk

Patrick Reed blames Jordan Spieth for them not playing together at the Ryder Cup and told The New York Times that US captain Jim Furyk was not smart to sit him out twice.

Ryder Cup: US loss raises old questions

The PGA Tour schedule from next year will be condensed to finish by the end of August so everyone should be rested and raring to go for the 2020 event at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

Sergio Garcia becomes most successful player in Ryder Cup history

Spaniard Sergio Garcia set a record when his victory in his Ryder Cup singles match on Sunday gave him more points than any other player in the history of the competition.

Europe regain Ryder Cup with dominant singles display

Europe were effectively already assured of victory when he teed off as the Italian, Henrik Stenson and Sergio Garcia were all dormie and guaranteed at least half a point from their games.


Ryder Cup: Another poor day for Tiger Woods as inexplicable Cup record continues

The second most prolific major champion of all time now has nine wins, 19 losses and one halved match in Ryder Cup fourball and foursomes.

Superb Sergio Garcia repays Thomas Bjorn's faith at Ryder Cup

Sergio Garcia and captain Thomas Bjorn will be feeling quietly pleased with themselves after his superb displays helped Europe to an 8-4 lead halfway through Saturday's action.

Ryder Cup: Brooks Koepka shaken after bloodying fan's head with tee shot

Brooks Koepka's wild tee shot on the par-4 sixth hole struck a woman in the gallery and bloodied her head on the first day of Ryder Cup.

Ryder Cup: Europe sweep afternoon to build 5-3 lead on Day 1

Europe began its bid to regain the Ryder Cup with a clean sweep of the foursomes matches Friday afternoon, allowing it to recover from Tony Finau's amazing fortune