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.
The U.S. will deserve to win the Ryder Cup if they can topple the formidable fourballs pairing of Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia on Friday, according to Europe's most decorated captain Tony Jacklin.
(Photo: Seve Ballesteros, center, with smiling, nicely dressed people associated with Spain’s Ryder Cup bid.)SEVE BALLESTEROS PLAYED ON eight European Ryder Cup teams and was captain of another squad in 1997. Even though I rooted ag...
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.