War at the Shore – 1991: Final Hole of Berhard Langer and Hale Irwin
The American team hadn’t held the cup since 1983 and it all came down to the final hole where Bernhard Langer and Hale Irwin fought it out to the last putt. Watch as each player limps to the finish line, only to leave every thing their team worked for, one putt short.
Seve Ballesteros Lifts the Team with Magician Like Par Saves
With the 1991 loss at the War on the Shore still fresh in the minds of many players, along with the U.S. team squeezing out 93′s retention of the cup, Seve Ballesteros, playing in his 8th and final Ryder Cup put on a display that lifted the European team’s spirits all the way to a victory.
2010 Slugfest at Celtic Manor
The last Ryder Cup provided entertainment almost unparalleled in the Ryder Cup history. With the Americans down going into the last day, the single matches were crucial for victory. Slowly, each American began picking off player after player and the Cup came down to the match between McDowell and Mahan. Watch as the slugfest ends.
The U.S. Comeback of 1999 at Brookline
In one of the most highly contested and tightly analyzed Ryder Cup in, perhaps, it’s history, the U.S. team comes back in heroic fashion on the final day to win the cup since 1993. Watch as chips fall and putts drop in some of the most exciting golf ever viewed.
European Pride and Bravado Take Center Stage
Having only won 3 times since 1927, the European team needed a change. Take a close look at an example of the change, when young Seve Ballesteros drives the green on number 10 at the Belfry. The importance in this video lies the beginning of what made Europe such a dominant force: boldness, bravado, and execution, but this video also foreshadows some of the decisions the players this year will be faced with on number 15 at Medinah – the drivable par 4. Watch as Seve executes his shot with inspiring confidence.