Golfing World: Top 10 Ryder Cup wildcard picks
Golfing World counts down ten of the finest wildcard selections in Ryder Cup history.
Golfing World: Gary Player - My Best Shot
Legend of the game Gary Player reveals to Golfing World what he ranks as his greatest ever shot.
Golfing World: Thomas Bjorn – Ryder Cup 2014
Next up in Golfing World's Ryder Cup profile series is Thomas Bjorn, who has never yet tasted defeat in the famous event as member of Team Europe.
Golfing World: Thomas Levet - My Best Shot
Golfing World chats with European Tour veteran, and former Team Europe Ryder Cup representative, Thomas Levet, who shares with us his addition to our My Best Shot series.
Golfing World: David Howell - Top 5 career moments
David Howell counts down his top five career moments for Golfing World from his 500+ European Tour appearances to dateDavid Howell recently became the second youngest player in history to make 500 European Tour appearances. At 39 the Englishman has won tournaments in three different decades. He's played in two winning European Ryder Cup teams. And is been ranked in the worlds top 10. We asked David to pick out the top 5 moments of his career, so far. The South African open, I managed to qualify there, I have my tool car ready for the, the 1996 European tour season. Went down to South Africa and ended up in the final group on the final day with Mark Minosa and hetry and replicate them sometime in the not too distant future. And David Howell wins the BMW Championship for 2006 by a streak.
Golfing World: Inside the game with Bernhard Langer
Golfing World get up close and personal with Bernhard Langer, and re-live the German legend's greatest Ryder Cup moments.Bernhard Langer is one of the most decorated players in the history of the Ryder Cup . His calm demeanor and vast experience made him a formidable match player opponent over the years. And served him well as captain of the victorious European team at Oakland Hills in 2004. From young rising star to all conquering captain, the German has been involved in some of the Ryder Cup's most memorable moments. The Ryder Cup was always important to Europeans, because we were demoralized by the Americans for so many years, and then we finally caught up, and even dominated the Ryder Cup . And, you know, years ago, people would, would look at the Americans as dominant players, and we would lose, well, when I say we, it was Great Britain and Ireland at the time. And then when Jack Nicklaus suggested to maybe include the continent of Europe it made a difference, because you got players like Savvy and the, and just