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Ian Poulter

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  • Ryder Cup notes: Tom Watson hears from critics early

    — Second-guessing ranks as a time-honored tradition at the Ryder Cup, and team captains face most of the scrutiny. On Friday, the start of competition at Gleneagles, U.S. captain Tom Watson opened himself up to criticism on two fronts. The...
  • Europeans surge ahead in Ryder Cup

    — Morning dawned clear and blue on the first day of the Ryder Cup and, for a few hours at least, the prospects for the U.S. team appeared equally sunny. But after the Americans dashed to an early lead, the skies darkened and the Europeans...
  • U.S. scrambles to surprising Ryder Cup lead

    U.S. scrambles to surprising Ryder Cup lead
    For a few hours, at least, the Europeans looked every bit the heavy favorite in the first matches of the 2014 Ryder Cup. But on a chilly, windy Friday morning, the Americans fought back. Thanks to late heroics by Jimmy Walker, Keegan Bradley and...
  • Ryder Cup brings out the passion in golf

    Golf etiquette usually goes like this: When a player arrives at the tee, the crowd claps for a few moments before falling respectfully silent. That's not what happened at the Ryder Cup two years ago at Medinah, outside Chicago. As Ian Poulter...
  • Five reasons you shouldn't snooze on the Ryder Cup

    Five reasons you shouldn't snooze on the Ryder Cup
    The Ryder Cup starts at 2:30 a.m. today in Scotland, meaning you've probably slept through the opening four-ball matches. Chances are you're happy to sleep through the entire thing. That's understandable since this Ryder Cup has two big things going...
  • Europe roars back to take Ryder Cup lead

    Europe roars back to take Ryder Cup lead
    GLENEAGLES, Scotland -- Europe produced a stirring comeback to win three and halve one of their Ryder Cup foursomes matches against the United States and take a 5-3 lead after a typically tense, fluctuating and hugely entertaining first day on Friday....
  • Ryder Cup: Europe roars back to lead on gripping opening day

    GLENEAGLES, Scotland, - The Ryder Cup delivered high drama yet again as Europe produced a stirring fightback to win three of the foursomes matches against the United States and take a 5-3 lead after a tense and hugely entertaining first day on Friday....
  • U.S. seeks redemption in Ryder Cup

    No one should worry about Billy Horschel getting pumped up for the Ryder Cup. He has a plan. The hottest golfer in the world right now, Horschel knows the U.S. team needs something special to upset the favored Europeans over three days of cutthroat...
  • Golf: American rookies Reed and Spieth ready to take down Poulter

    Golf: American rookies Reed and Spieth ready to take down Poulter
    American Ryder Cup rookies Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth expressed supreme confidence of earning a point for their team after being paired for a morning fourball on the opening day. Captain Tom Watson gave his two youngest players a massive vote of...
  • Lou Holtz on golf, life and the U.S. Mid-Amateur at Saucon Valley

    Lou Holtz on golf, life and the U.S. Mid-Amateur at Saucon Valley
    Lou Holtz started playing golf because it was a way for football coaches to glad-hand potential donors. He eventually became good enough at the game to lie about how good he really is. Still, the best advice the former Notre Dame football coach received...
  • Shocked Deutsche Bank Championship Winner All But Shuns Ryder Cup

    Shocked Deutsche Bank Championship Winner All But Shuns Ryder Cup
    NORTON, Mass. — One had been practically begging Tom Watson to play in the Ryder Cup. The other almost seemed to be begging Watson not to pick him. Billy Horschel and Chris Kirk shared this much in common Monday. They badly wanted to win the...