The coronavirus lockdown continues to pose more questions than answers for the sporting world.
Tommy Fleetwood hopes the Ryder Cup can act as an “amazing torch” after the coronavirus pandemic.
Justin Rose believes the Ryder Cup deserves to remain a highlight of the golfing calendar when sporting action resumes following the coronavirus pandemic.
What promised to be a one-sided defeat for Europe’s Ryder Cup side turned into one of the greatest sporting comebacks in September 2012.
France’s Victor Perez was in the form of his life when the coronavirus pandemic brought the sporting programme to a grinding halt.
The coronavirus pandemic has left sports stars with time on their hands with matches postponed and many training at home.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought sport to a standstill across the UK and most of the world.
European captain Padraig Harrington expects this year’s Ryder Cup to go ahead as planned, despite the sporting calendar being decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tyrrell Hatton revealed he is still feeling the effects of his victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational as he aims to improve his record at another iconic Florida venue.
Graeme McDowell succeeding in proving to his children he is not just a “YouTube golfer”, but their Easter holiday plans may have to change following his battling victory in the Saudi International.
Paul Lawrie has taken the first positive steps back on the long road from injury after having a protective boot removed following foot surgery.
Donald Trump’s north-east golf resort may never host The Open or the Ryder Cup if it goes ahead with plans for 500 homes at the site, it has been claimed.
EUROPE have won the Ryder Cup back after Francesco Molinari defeated Phil Mickelson on the 16th hole at Le Golf National, Paris.
Paul Lawrie will play European Ryder Cup team-mate Nicolas Colsaerts, of Belgium, in his challenge match this year.
Jordan Spieth is reminded of his first Ryder Cup by a painting of himself on the first tee at Gleneagles - but one thing he does not want to commemorate is the United States' poor record.
Europe vice-captain Paul Lawrie admits America are the "slight favourites" for the Ryder Cup.
Inverness golfer Russell Knox was not selected amongst the wildcards for the European team.
Aberdeen's Paul Lawrie has been named as a vice-captain for this year's Ryder Cup.