We have learned from the Ryder Cup
point. That had not happened in a Ryder Cup since 1975 at Laurel Valley, when a US side captained by the late golf icon Arnold Palmer defeated Europe 21-11. Most players found nice ways to say it or downplay it but there were far too many jerks getting in the faces and on the nerves of European players at the Ryder Cup.
4. Swipe from experts
Europe had won eight of the past 10 Ryder Cups. The US revamped its programme by basically doing what Europe does. Keep a core of people and have it evolve over time.
5. Long live the “King”
Arnold Palmer died a week ago. His legacy is in every pro golfer all over the world. Palmer, nicknamed the “King,” touched the hearts of every player at the Ryder Cup. He’s gone. He will never be forgotten.