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The Ryder Cup involves various match play competitions between players selected from two teams of twelve. It takes place from a Friday to a Sunday with a total of 28 matches being played, all matches being over 18 holes.
On Friday and Saturday there are four fourball matches and four foursomes matches each day; a session of four matches in the morning and a session of four matches in the afternoon.
On Sunday, there are 12 singles matches, when all team members play. Not all players must play on Friday and Saturday; the captain can select any eight players for each of the sessions over these two days.
The winner of each match scores a point for his team, with half a point each for any match that is tied after the 18 holes. The winning team is determined by cumulative total points.
In the event of a tie 14 points each the Ryder Cup is retained by the team who held it before the contest. A foursomes match is a competition between two teams of two golfers.
On a particular hole the golfers on the same team take alternate shots playing the same ball. One team member tees off on all the odd-numbered holes, and the other on all the even-numbered holes.
Each hole is won by the team that completes the hole in the fewest shots. A fourball match is also a competition between two teams of two golfers, but all four golfers play their own ball throughout the round rather than alternating shots.
The better score of the two golfers in a team determines the team's score on a particular hole; the score of the other member of the team is not counted.
Each hole is won by the team whose individual golfer has the lowest score. A singles match is a standard match play competition between two golfers.
The format of the Ryder Cup has changed over the years. From the inaugural event until , the Ryder Cup was a two-day competition with hole matches.
In the matches were changed to 18 holes each and the number of matches doubled. In the event was expanded to three days, with fourball matches being played for the first time.
The team size was increased from 10 to 12 in There were two singles sessions morning and afternoon in , but no player played in both sessions. Since , there have been 4 foursomes and 4 fourballs on each of the first two days.
Currently the home captain decides before the contest starts whether the fourball or foursomes matches are played in the morning.
He may choose a different order for the two days. Since , a player can play a maximum of 5 matches 2 foursomes, 2 fourballs and a singles match , however from to it was possible to play 6 matches 2 foursomes, 2 fourballs and 2 singles matches.
The captains have always selected the players and chosen the playing order in each group of matches. When the contest involved hole matches, it was usual for the captain to be one of the players.
The USA only had two non-playing captains in this period: Walter Hagen in and Ben Hogan in while Great Britain had non-playing captains in , , and With the change to hole matches and the extension to three days, it became more difficult to combine the roles of captain and player and Arnold Palmer in was the last playing captain.
The captains have always been professional golfers and the only captain who never played in the Ryder Cup was J. Taylor , the British captain.
The selection process for the Ryder Cup players has varied over the years. In the early contests the teams were generally decided by a selection committee but later qualification based on performances was introduced.
The current system by which most of the team is determined by performances with a small number of players selected by the captain known as "wild cards" or "captain's picks" gradually evolved and has been used by both sides since For the Ryder Cup both teams had 9 players qualifying based on performances with the remaining 3 players selected by the captain.
For those players gaining automatic qualification the Europeans used a system, introduced in , using two tables; one using prize money won in official European Tour events and a second based on World Ranking points gained anywhere in the world.
Both tables used a month qualifying period finishing at the end of August. The American system, introduced in , was based on prize money earned in official PGA Tour events during the current season and prize money earned in the major championships in the previous season.
The qualifying period ended after the PGA Championship. For the Ryder Cup there were a number of changes from in the American system.
The number of captain's picks was increased from three to four with the selections being made later than previously, especially moving the fourth and last pick to less than a week before the Ryder Cup, right after the completion of the Tour Championship.
The qualifying events now included both the World Golf Championships events and The Players Championship , on top of the four major championships, but only included PGA Tour events actually played in , thus excluded any other event played in The qualifying period was also extended because the Olympic Games had moved the timeslot for the PGA Championship which took place already at the end of July.
Since , there has been a celebrity match played before the Ryder Cup contest. Celebrities were paired with former Ryder Cup captains in and Since there have been separate matches for celebrities and past captains.
The Cup held at Royal Birkdale was perhaps one of the best and most competitive contests in terms of play 18 of the 32 matches went to the last green.
It was decided in its very last match, of which United States Captain Sam Snead later said "This is the greatest golf match you have ever seen in England".
Jacklin made a foot eagle putt and when Nicklaus missed his own eagle try from 12 feet, the match was all square.
At the par-5 finishing hole, both Jacklin and Nicklaus got on the green in two. Nicklaus ran his eagle putt five feet past the hole, while Jacklin left his two-foot short.
Nicklaus then sank his birdie putt, and with a crowd of 8, people watching, picked up Jacklin's marker, conceding the putt Jacklin needed to tie the matches.
As the current holders, the rules meant that the United States retained the trophy. This gesture of sportsmanship by Nicklaus caused controversy on the American side, some of whom would have preferred to force Jacklin to attempt the putt for the small chance that he might miss, which would have given the United States team an outright win.
After holding the cup for more than two decades, the United States team lost both the and matches. At the matches, the pressure was on the United States team and its captain, Raymond Floyd.
At a pre-match opening celebration, Floyd slighted the European team by introducing his United States team as "the 12 greatest players in the world.
The competition saw the beginnings of a feud between Seve Ballesteros and Paul Azinger. Early in their singles match, Ballesteros sought to change a scuffed ball for a new ball under Rule of Golf 5—3.
Somewhat unusually, Azinger disputed whether the ball was unfit for play. A referee was called, and sided with Azinger in ruling the ball fit for play.
Ballesteros reportedly said to Azinger, "Is this the way you want to play today? The American team's frustration grew as the matches ended in a tie, with the European team retaining the cup.
The overall tension between the teams and the feud between Ballesteros and Azinger escalated at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort in At the ceremonial opening dinner, the PGA of America played two videos that were seen as less than hospitable by the European team.
The first video was presented as a highlight reel of past Ryder Cups, but reportedly showed only Americans.
Bush in which he closed by cheering on the American side. Azinger and Beck accused Ballesteros of gamesmanship on account of his throat clearing during Beck's shots.
Later in the same match, Azinger and Beck, who were playing the same brand and make of ball but each with a slightly different model, switched their balls.
While this switching was unlikely to have resulted in an advantage or to have been intentional, it was in violation of the "one ball rule" which was in effect for the competition.
Under that rule, a player is prohibited from changing the type of ball he uses during the course of a match. A few holes after the switch had occurred, Ballesteros called the Americans for the violation.
Azinger, seeming to feel that his integrity was being questioned, said "I can tell you we're not trying to cheat. Breaking the rules and cheating are two different things.
The constant goading between Ballesteros and Azinger intensified their respective desires to win. After the matches concluded, Ballesteros reportedly said, "The American team has 11 nice guys.
The matches received the sobriquet "the War on the Shore" after some excitable advertising in the American media, and intense home-team cheering by the American home crowds.
For his part, Corey Pavin caused controversy by sporting a Desert Storm baseball cap during the event in support of the U. The matches culminated in one of the single most dramatic putts in the history of golf.
Irwin and Langer came to the last hole tied. To win the cup, the American team needed Irwin to win or tie the match by winning or tying the hole.
The Europeans could keep the cup with a win by Langer. Both players struggled on the hole, and found themselves facing a pair of putts; Langer had a six-foot, side-hill par putt, and Irwin had a generally uphill, inch putt for bogey.
To the surprise of his teammates, Langer conceded Irwin's bogey putt, leaving himself in a must-make position.
Langer missed his putt, the match was halved, and the U. Players on both sides were driven to public tears by the pressure of the matches on the final day.
The intense competition of the Ryder Cup is widely regarded as having elevated public interest in the series. A remarkable comeback by the American team helped propel the U.
With the match all square, Leonard needed to earn at least a half-point to seal an American victory. Leonard had made putts of 25 and 35 feet earlier in the round.
Leonard holed the putt, and a wild celebration followed with other U. However, there remain a number of unwritten rules and codes of conduct which the European players believe were being ignored.
Many of the American players believed the Europeans' response was hypocritical; they argued that European players — in particular Seve Ballesteros — had been guilty of excessive celebration and gamesmanship as far back as the Ryder Cup Matches, without attracting the same criticism from the European media.
There was still considerable bad blood after the match, with some of the European players complaining about the behavior of the American galleries throughout the match.
Sam Torrance branded it "disgusting", while European captain Mark James referred to it as a "bear pit" in a book recounting the event.
Following the Ryder Cup, many members of the U. In terms of points this feat matched the Americans' comeback at Brookline Country Club.
Martin Kaymer struck the putt that retained the cup for Europe. The putt was almost identical in length to the one that fellow German Bernhard Langer missed at the Ryder Cup.
Francesco Molinari secured the final half-point to win the Ryder Cup outright by winning the 18th hole to halve his match against Tiger Woods.
Ian Poulter of the European team finished this Ryder Cup with a perfect 4—0 record. It would have been the first Ryder Cup to be held in Florida; the competition was not held there until In early April , the British P.
With seven selected, three places were left to be filled. War was declared on 3 September and the British P. The Ryder Cup was not played in these scheduled years due to the war; by the fall of , many members of the British team were still in the military.
The competition, scheduled for 28—30 September at The Belfry 's Brabazon Course, was postponed a year because of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
Other American players were said to be concerned about attending the event. It was played in at the original venue with the same teams that had been selected to play a year earlier.
It was later decided to hold the subsequent Ryder Cup in rather than and thereafter in even-numbered years.
This change also affected the men's Presidents Cup and Seve Trophy and women's Solheim Cup competitions, as each switched from even to odd years.
Although the team was referred to as "Great Britain" up to , a number of golfers from the Republic of Ireland , Northern Ireland , Guernsey and Jersey had played for Great Britain before that date.
The team in place of the original "Great Britain" team has been referred to as "Europe" since , when players from continental Europe were included.
Since then, the "United States" team has won 8 matches and the "Europe" team has won 11 matches, while retaining the Ryder Cup once with a tie.
The bidding process for the Ryder Cup opened on 23 June Interested countries had until 31 August to formally express an interest in bidding.
These expressions had to come either from a central government or a national golf governing body. Formal bids were to be submitted by 16 February , with the host to be selected that autumn.
The date for submissions of the formal bids was extended to 30 April