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2016 Ryder Cup: Three questions for Team Europe and Team USA

We’re only a couple days out from the start of the 2016 Ryder Cup, and everything has started to take shape. Here are three questions for each team as we get ready to watch Europe and the USA go head to head.

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Predictions for the 2016 Ryder Cup

The best event in golf is finally back, as Team USA and Team Europe are at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota for the 2016 Ryder Cup. Here are ten predictions before the first ball is in the air on Friday morning.

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Match play records for all 24 players in the 2016 Ryder Cup

Below, you’ll see records for all twenty-four players competing this week at the 2016 Ryder Cup. I’ve split out the records into five categories: Ryder Cup Singles: How each player has fared in the Sunday singles at the Ryder Cup Ryder Cup Team: Records for each player in both the fourball and foursome format at […]

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Looking back at past Ryder Cup point standings

It goes without saying that the Ryder Cup is one of golf’s premier events, and there’s an argument to be made that it’s actually number one on that list. Being Canadian, I don’t have an actual rooting interest in who wins it every other year, but it’s so much fun that I can honestly say that […]

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Selecting the entire Ryder Cup team

One thing has become obvious over the past few weeks as it relates to the Ryder Cup captain’s picks for Davis Love III and Darren Clarke: they don’t really have it easy. In Clarke’s case, he had the good kind of problem where a bunch of players were playing well for his three final slots and […]

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Forecasting the 2016 Ryder Cup: August 22nd

We’re just over a month away from the Ryder Cup, and I’m almost as excited as Paul Azinger is above. This will likely be the last Ryder Cup Forecasting post that I do before the event, as the qualification period ends after the Barclays on the PGA Tour and the Made in Denmark event on […]

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Video Review: The 1989 Open Championship Playoff

Have you ever gone on YouTube and realized that two hours later, you’re still watching Seve Ballesteros videos? What about Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf, or instructional videos from Bobby Jones? You can get caught in an endless number of rabbit holes on YouTube, especially if you know where to look and so I figured that […]

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This week: The Open Championship and the Barbasol

In case you haven’t seen these previews before, I come at them from the standpoint of whether or not it’s worth your time to tune in based on a variety of factors. Field strength, TV schedule (North America) and the course are the three main factors at play when discussing the watchability of each event, […]

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This week: The Scottish Open and the U.S. Women’s Open

In case you haven’t seen these previews before, I come at them from the standpoint of whether or not it’s worth your time to tune in based on a variety of factors. Field strength, TV schedule (North America) and the course are the three main factors at play when discussing the watchability of each event, […]

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Forecasting the 2016 Ryder Cup: June 29th

Three months. That’s all that’s left before we see the best competition in golf, and the 2016 Ryder Cup is looking like a very intriguing event with lots of new faces to go along with seasoned veterans on both sides. It’s been a couple of months since I last took a look at the rosters […]

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