What makes the Ryder Cup so special?

What makes the Ryder Cup so special?

Over the years, the Ryder Cup has been filled with intrigue and drama aplenty. Since its birth in 1927, the Ryder Cup has been a sparkling exhibition of great shot-making and good fellowship — except for that icy presentation by Ben Hogan. And those harsh New England hecklers.

Who are the players playing in the Ryder Cup?

Jon Rahm plays his shot on the 15th hole during his Fourball match. Basketball legend Michael Jordan watches by the 11th green during the Fourballs on day one of the Ryder Cup. Team US player Daniel Berger plays his shot from the first tee during day one of the 43rd Ryder Cup.

Why is Jon Rahm worried about the Ryder Cup?

BROOKLINE, Mass. — Jon Rahm is concerned for the Ryder Cup because of the involvement of so many players in the LIV Golf tour and the suspension of those players from playing on the PGA Tour. Rahm is worried that European players will be suspended and not be able to play in the Ryder Cup, which next takes place in 2024.

Who has won the most Ryder Cups?

Garcia made Ryder Cup history by becoming the player with the most matches won in the tournament’s history, after their victory over Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger of Team US. A fan watches on the eighth hole during a fourball match.