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Steve Stricker Backed to Succeed as Ryder Cup Captain

Steve Stricker was named America's new Ryder Cup captain for 2020, a largely expected move, and one that has proven popular with key names, including Tiger Woods, who have backed the man from Wisconsin to succeed at Whistling Straits. read more ...


The Ryder Cup Could Return to The Belfry

The Ryder Cup could be set for a return to England for the first time in 24 years as iconic venue The Belfry is under consideration to host the matches in 2026. Derek Clements reports on potentially exciting news for the most reviewed golf course on Golfshake. read more ...


Patrick Reed Apologised to Ryder Cup Teammates

Brooks Koepka has been tackling some difficult questions, including the aftermath of the Ryder Cup, which saw a reported fight with close friend Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed's apparent comments causing controversy. The three-time major championa addressed both subjects. read more ...


10 Feuds, Spats and Petty Disagreements on Tour

Golf is generally regarded as being a sport that is played by people of both sexes who know how to behave themselves. However, there have been notable exceptions when petty spats and disagreements took over. Golfshake's Derek Clements picks out ten of them. read more ...


Golfshake Podcast #35: Yearly Stats, Captain Harrington, European Tour Preview

The Golfshake Podcast returns for the New Year with Kieran Clark joined by Matt Holbrook for a reaction to Padraig Harrington being named Europe's Ryder Cup captain for 2020, a review of the staggering Golfshake Score Tracker stats from 2018, and a look ahead to the resumption of the European Tour at the Abu Dhabi Championship. read more ...


Harrington Succeeds Bjorn as Europe's Ryder Cup Captain

The worst-kept secret in golf is out - three-time major winner Padraig Harrington has been named Europe’s captain for the 2020 Ryder Cup match at Whistling Straits. read more ...


Golf Unlikely to Feature in BBC's End-of-Year Sporting Celebration

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year showpiece will be broadcast on Sunday, but is golf likely to make a significant appearance? From Georgia Hall's Women's British Open triumph to Europe's Ryder Cup success, Golfshake's Derek Clements believes the game should be recognised at the celebration. read more ...


Don't Blame the Golf Course Phil

Following his disappointing performance at the Ryder Cup, Phil Mickelson took aim at the setup of Le Golf National, bemoaning the apparently narrow fairways and thick rough that didn't suit his game. Golfshake's Derek Clements responds to the five-time major champion's critique. read more ...


Galvin Green Enjoys Record Ryder Cup

Galvin Green, the Official Supplier of Weatherwear to Europe's successful team in Paris, has reported that it experienced a record Ryder Cup with sales of the exclusive garments greatly surpassing those seen at Gleneagles in 2014. read more ...


An Englishman in North Carolina: Ryder Cup Reflections

One week after Europe's triumphant victory in the Ryder Cup, Golfshake's Alex Picken - a student at North Carolina - has given his reflections on the events at Le Golf National from the perspective of an Englishman in America. read more ...


Europe Win the Ryder Cup in Sensational Fashion

Europe regained the Ryder Cup in spectacular fashion, thrashing the USA 17½-10½ at Le Golf National on the outskirts of Paris. Relive an incredible Sunday, as Thomas Bjorn's team defeated what was billed as the strongest American side in generations. read more ...


Ryder Cup Then & Now

The Ryder Cup was first staged in 1927 at Worcester Country Club in America. Golfshake's Rob Treanor had the opportunity to take a look at the course, and see how that event compares with the 2018 edition from Le Golf National. read more ...


Identifying Perfect Pairings at the Ryder Cup

For captains Thomas Bjorn and Jim Furyk during the week, the challenge is to select the pairings that will give their side the best chance of securing key points ahead of the defning singles on Sunday. Who do you think will be paired up together? Delving into the past and likely trends, here are some strong possibilities. read more ...


Golfshake Podcast #31: Ryder Cup Preview, Tiger's Incredible Comeback

Golfshake Ambassador Matt Holbrook joins Kieran Clark on the Golfshake Podcast to discuss the incredible scenes as Tiger Woods claimed an incredible comeback victory at the Tour Championship, and they look forward to this week's Ryder Cup. read more ...


Ryder Cup Preview and Prediction

It’s time for the best 12 players from Europe to take on America’s finest at Le Golf National and discover if they are good enough to wrest back the Ryder Cup. Will they succeed? Golfshake's Derek Clements makes his prediction. read more ...


How the European Team Shapes Up

Thomas Bjorn has blended experience and youth within his Ryder Cup team as Europe look to regain the Trophy at Le Golf National. We take a look each of the 12 players representing the home side. read more ...


How the American Team Shapes Up

Jim Furyk arrives in France with a strong team at his disposal, looking to become the first American side to win the Ryder Cup on European soil since 1993. We take a closer look at each of his 12 players. read more ...


How to Follow the Ryder Cup on TV and Radio

The Ryder Cup will be showcased live across Sky Sports and the BBC, delivering the biggest event in golf through TV and Radio, with comprehensive coverage. Here are the times to take note of. read more ...


Ryder Cup by Numbers

2018 is the 42nd Ryder Cup and is the latest edition of the most popular event in golf. Derek Clements takes a look back at the facts and figures that defined the records of past years, and some key numbers to be aware of this week. read more ...


Guide to Le Golf National

Le Golf National is hosting this year's Ryder Cup. One of the most popular courses and venues on the European Tour, we take a closer look at each of the holes, and the challenge that the players of both teams will face. read more ...


Which Venue to Choose for a Ryder Cup Stay & Play?

Le Golf National is hosting this year's Ryder Cup, with Europe having been victorious in each home match since 1993. We take a closer look at each of those venues, tapping into the knowledge and experience of our ambassadors, to provide this guide to these famous courses and resorts, helping you identify the best for a stay & play golf break. read more ...


Take on American Golf Ryder Cup Challenge

The Ryder Cup is nearly here, and you can experience a small taste of that pressure by taking on the American Golf Challenge, facing the spectacular par three 11th hole of Le Golf National on a Foresight Sports simulator in store. read more ...


European Ryder Cup Jackets Pass Extreme Testing Process

Highly regarded brand Galvin Green is supplying Team Europe with their waterproof and windproof jackets at the Ryder Cup, but to ensure that the best quality has been provided, the products have undergone the most extreme of testing processes. read more ...


Ryder Cup FanZone Created in Downtown Paris

The Ryder Cup from Le Golf National is fast approaching, and to enhance the visitor experience of bringing this major spectacle to Paris, the French Golf Federation (FFG) and Provision Events (PVE) have created a FanZone in the city. read more ...


Golfshake Podcast #30: Assessing Ryder Cup Teams, Rating the Venues

The Golfshake Podcast returns with Golfshake Ambassador Matt Holbrook joining Kieran Clark to discuss handicap improvements over the summer, assessing the European Ryder Cup team and wild card picks selected by captain Thomas Bjorn, while Matt additionally reviews his experiences of staying and playing at several Ryder Cup venues. read more ...


The Ryder Cup Defeat That Changed Everything for the USA

Jim Furyk's American team will arrive at Le Golf National confident of success. But where has this confidence come from? Golfshake's Derek Clements lessons learned from the most recent Ryder Cup on European soil at Gleneagles. read more ...


Why Experience is Overrated for Ryder Cup Wild Card Picks

Experience or form, that is a question that both Thomas Bjorn and Jim Furyk answered with their Ryder Cup Picks. The debate rages on, however, but here is a chance to delve into the facts to analyse the decisions that were made. read more ...


Bjorn Completes Team with Garcia, Poulter, Casey and Stenson

Thomas Bjorn knew that he was going to upset some fine European golfers when he named the four wild cards that complete his team to take on the United States at Le Golf National. Golfshake's Derek Clements reports on the captain's decision to favour experience with his picks. read more ...


The Belfry Celebrates Ryder Cup Heritage

The Belfry Hotel & Resort is celebrating its deep history with the Ryder Cup by unveiling a series of activities for guests and golfers and enjoy, including the famous Brabazon Course. read more ...


Woods, Mickelson and DeChambeau Given US Ryder Cup Wild Cards

As was widely anticipated, Jim Furyk named Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau as three of his four Ryder Cup wild cards, with Tony Finau hotly tipped to claim that final pick before the event in Paris. read more ...


The Two Contests That Changed the Ryder Cup Forever

The Ryder Cup has become one of the biggest sporting events on the planet, but there were two particular contests that saw it cross the line and become a spectacle that took proceedings to the edge of infamy. Golfshake's Derek Clements reflect on the 1991 and 1999 Ryder Cups. read more ...


Galvin Green Makes Ryder Cup Garments Available to Regular Golfers

Galvin Green is providing this year's European Ryder Cup Team with advanced and acclaimed waterproof and windproof garments, and the brand is making those available to regular golfers. read more ...


Chance to Win 2018 European Ryder Cup Outfit with Peter Millar

The hotly anticipated 2018 Ryder Cup at the spectacular Le Golf National is fast approaching, and to mark that fact, the luxury golf lifestyle brand Peter Millar has laid out the chance to for one person to win a full European team outfit, including polo shirt, mid-layer, belt and trousers. read more ...


Ryder Cup Captains Face Wild-Card Dilemma

Who would want to be in the shoes of Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn when they have to finalise their teams for the much-anticipatated Ryder Cup clash between Europe and the United States. Golfshake's Derek Clements assesses the difficult choices that both will have to make. read more ...


Leaving Sergio Out of Ryder Cup Team is Unthinkable

Failing to qualify for the FedEx Cup Playoffs, last year's Masters champion Sergio Garcia will require a captain's pick from Thomas Bjorn in the Spaniard's relationship with the Ryder Cup is to continue at Le Golf National. Does he merit a wild card? Golfshake's Derek Clements believes that the stalwart must be part of the European team. read more ...


Ryder Cup Teams Begin to Take Shape

The 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National is merely weeks away, and the teams are taking shape, with the eight automatic qualifiers for the US confirmed, and the race nearly over for Europe, attention will soon turn to the wild card picks. Golfshake's Kieran Clark takes a look at where everyone stands. read more ...


Peter Millar Unveils Official Ryder Cup Garments

The 2018 Ryder Cup at Le Golf National is approaching, and golfers looking to showcase their support for Team Europe through their wardrobe, can now take full advantage of the bespoke range of stylish men's and women's logoed garments from Official Licensee Peter Millar. read more ...


Newfound Ryder Cup Optimism for Europe after Open

Despite the leaderboard having been dominated by players from the United States, it turned out to be a great Open Championship for Europe, with Francesco Molinari taking the title. Derek Clements has newfound optimism for their chances in the Ryder Cup. read more ...


Le Golf National is the Star of the Show

This year's Ryder Cup venue Le Golf National was showcased during the Open de France, won by Alex Noren. Challenging but spectacular, this course has long been a star on the European Tour and will be again this September.  read more ...


End of a Ryder Cup Era for Lee Westwood

Lee Westwood has been a mainstay for Team Europe in the Ryder Cup for two decades, but now ranked outside the Top 100, and just named a vice-captain for 2018, those playing days seem behind him. Derek Clements pays tribute to one of Europe's best golfers. read more ...


Bjorn Reveals Four New Ryder Cup Vice Captains

It was billed as a "Big Announcement" and Thomas Bjorn delivered on that promise with the unveiling of four new Vice Captains for the Ryder Cup. The European Captain presented veterans Luke Donald, Lee Westwood, Padraig Harrington and Graeme McDowell as his new supporting team, joining Robert Karlsson who had been announced last year. read more ...


Ryder Cup Fever Strikes with Months Still to Go

It seems that everybody is talking about the Ryder Cup. Given that there are four majors and just about an entire season to get out of the way before the first shot is hit in anger at Le Golf National on Friday, September 28, that comes as something of a surprise. Derek Clements reports on the buildup. read more ...


Bjorn licking his lips at prospect of Ryder Cup

THOMAS BJORN can't quite believe his luck. With the Ryder Cup in Paris now less than a year away and the qualification process for the European team now well under way, the Dane is rubbing his hands together at the way his team is shaping up read more ...


The Future Looks Bright for Europe in the Ryder Cup

The 2016 Ryder Cup saw Europe's most crushing defeat in over 30 years, but Alex Picken believes there are positive signs ahead of next year's showpiece at Le Golf National. He looks at several of the impressive and emerging players who could have a huge impact for Thomas Bjorn in 2018. read more ...


Paul Casey to Rejoin European Tour in Ryder Cup Boost

It's been a decade since Paul Casey last represented Europe in the Ryder Cup, but the Englishman looks set to end that long-standing hiatus after confirming that he will take up membership on the European Tour in 2018, opening the door to become part of Thomas Bjorn's team for the showpiece at Le Golf National next year.  read more ...


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