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The Sir Terry river was flowing wildly down the hill toward the 18th green, as thousands of fans trudged toward home through the muck of a golf course that was never supposed to flood. Taking advantage of a badly needed break, U.S. Ryder Cup players huddled in their team room, presumably trying to figure out why an event that earns so many millions couldn't afford to give them rain jackets that didn't leak.
The U.S. rain gear at the Ryder Cup is no longer a fashion faux pas.
Good thing for the Americans the Ryder Cup ultimately comes down to golf shots, not style points.
Tom Lehman dug deep for an answer when asked why the U.S. got whipped so badly under his leadership in the 2006 Ryder Cup in Ireland.
Tiger Woods is almost certain to lose his No. 1 ranking next month _ but not to Phil Mickelson.
Talk of war filled the air Wednesday at the Ryder Cup.
Preparations for the Ryder Cup were intense and inspirational. There was laughter and a few tears. One thing players from both sides agreed on was the importance of rallying behind the flag.
You can count on Johnny Miller to be impartial at the Ryder Cup as an analyst for NBC Sports.
Picking Ian Poulter out of a crowd may never be tougher than this week at the Ryder Cup. In the interest of team harmony, the Englishman known for his spiky haircut, over-the-top outfits and saucy Twitter feed has promised to dial it back.