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A raucous, partisan atmosphere is expected in Minnesota as the US try to beat Europe in the Ryder Cup for the first time since 2008, writes Tom Fordyce.
Captain Darren Clarke sends Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson out first for Europe as they bid to win a fourth successive Ryder Cup against America.
When you loudly criticise a missed putt at the Ryder Cup, you'd better be good enough to back it up when offered a chance to hole it.
Darren Clarke's son Tyrone is among family and friends who are in Minnesota to give the European captain their support at the Ryder Cup.
Europe's Danny Willett concedes his brother's "wrong and ill-timed" article criticising American fans "puts a downer" on his first Ryder Cup.
Phil Mickelson apologises for his criticism of Hal Sutton's 2004 Ryder Cup captaincy, saying 'it was never meant like that'.
BBC Golf Correspondent Iain Carter assesses what Team Europe's six rookies can bring to the Ryder Cup.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke says an article written by Danny Willett's brother is not what "Team Europe stands for".
As the protracted Ryder Cup build-up nears its conclusion, Tom Fordyce hunts for clues as to who will be paired with whom on Friday morning.
The United States are adopting Europe's approach to the Ryder Cup to end a run of three defeats, says Phil Mickelson.
Europe captain Darren Clarke takes BBC Sport's Stephen Watson on a tour of the team locker room ahead of this week's Ryder Cup in Minnesota.
Europe's Danny Willett is said to be "bitterly disappointed" with an article written by his brother which calls American Ryder Cup fans "imbeciles".
Europe vice-captain Sam Torrance on why it's 'great' the United States are favourites as he recalls 35 years of Ryder Cup memories.
Ian Poulter birdies the final hole on the Saturday at Medinah after a superb display from the Englishman sparks a European comeback.
Northern Irishman Darren Clarke receives a rapturous reception at the first hole, and was also hugged by Phil Mickelson and Chris DiMarco.
Sam Torrance sinks an 18 foot putt to win back the Ryder Cup for Europe for the first time since 1957.
Harry Carpenter reviews the action as Tony Jacklin captains Europe to their first win on US soil in Ryder Cup history, with Seve Ballesteros sinking the winning putt.
Graeme McDowell sinks a 15-foot putt to spark jubilant scenes at the 16th hole.
Paul McGinley holes the winning putt for Europe in the 2002 Ryder Cup before celebrating by jumping into a lake at The Belfry.
Is Seve a cert for Team Europe? Would a pumped-up Poulter sneak in? And would your US side feature Palmer, Woods and Nicklaus?