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Cup the best ever – Jermine

10:10am Friday 15th October 2010

THE best Ryder Cup there has ever been – that is the opinion on both sides of the Atlantic as the dust settles, or rather the water disappears, after the tumultuous tournament at the Celtic Manor which ended with a dramatic triumph for Europe last week.

So much praise for Celtic Manor

9:00am Wednesday 6th October 2010

THE 2010 Ryder Cup at the Celtic Manor is receiving rave reviews in the USA, with the lasting legacy organisers had hoped for seemingly not hit by the awful weather.

Nerves were bad – G-Mac

4:10pm Tuesday 5th October 2010

WALES Open winner Graeme McDowell revealed he had never been so nervous as when he stood on the 17th tee with victory for Europe in the Ryder Cup depending on him.

US praise for Welsh fans

2:10pm Tuesday 5th October 2010

US captain Corey Pavin and superstars Phil Mickelson and Stewart Cink paid tribute to the people of Wales.

PHILLIP PRICE SAYS: Wales should be so proud

12:10pm Tuesday 5th October 2010

WHAT an ending! What a Monday! What a Ryder Cup! I can’t believe what a triumph it was after so much talk about aspects of the week that no one had any control over.

Pearlo's notes from the Manor

11:10am Tuesday 5th October 2010

HAVING written yesterday the miserable truth about the Ryder Cup legacy for Wales being badly damaged by the horrible weather we’ve had, it’s worth also giving a mention to the staff whose effort has been nothing short of epic this week.

G-Mac does it!

South Wales Argus: WHAT A MOMENT: Graeme McDowell after winning his match against Hunter Mahan and securing the Ryder Cup for Europe PICTURE: Mark Lewis

10:50am Tuesday 5th October 2010

THE Ryder Cup is back in European hands after one of the most dramatic days in the famous event’s history unfolded at the Celtic Manor.

Poulter proves his point

South Wales Argus: Ian Poulter

10:40am Tuesday 5th October 2010

IAN Poulter never had any doubt he would deliver a point for Europe during one of the most thrilling contests in Ryder Cup history.

Nerves were so bad – hero G-Mac

South Wales Argus: HERO: Graeme McDowell

8:14pm Monday 4th October 2010

EUROPE'S Ryder Cup hero Graeme McDowell tonight revealed how he had to battle with the worst nerves of his golfing career before clinching a classic win at Celtic Manor.

Monty's tribute to 'magnificent' twelve

4:06pm Monday 4th October 2010

COLIN Montgomerie paid tribute to McDowell, telling Sky Sports 1: "Graeme McDowell was put there for a very good reason. He's full of confidence and that showed.

Europe win Ryder Cup

3:24pm Monday 4th October 2010

Europe have won the Ryder Cup by 14 1/2 points to 13 1/2, beating the United States after Graeme McDowell defeated Hunter Mahan in the final match.

RYDER CUP: Latest leader board

3:20pm Monday 4th October 2010

Europe 14 1/2 USA 13 1/2

Tension nears fever-pitch as McDowell's lead holds

3:20pm Monday 4th October 2010

As Mahan reduced McDowell's advantage to one after 15, tension was nearing fever-pitch.

'I hit the ball well today' - Woods

South Wales Argus: SUPERSTAR: Tiger Woods at the Celtic Manor

2:53pm Monday 4th October 2010

TIGER Woods, who was a remarkable 10 under par for his round, admitted: "I did hit the ball well today.

Donald unfazed by streaker

2:38pm Monday 4th October 2010

LUKE Donald breathed a sigh of relief today after shrugging off a Jim Furyk fightback and the distraction of a streaker to notch a crucial point for Europe on the final day of the Ryder Cup.

RYDER CUP UPDATE: Europe 13 USA 11

2:20pm Monday 4th October 2010

THE outcome of the 38th Ryder Cup looks like going down to the wire after the Americans pulled back to trail by just two points.

RYDER CUP: Europe 13 USA 9

2:07pm Monday 4th October 2010

EUROPE now require just 1.5 points to regain the Ryder Cup after Miguel Angel Jimenez beats Bubba Watson 4&3.

Donald pulls Europe ahead

1:42pm Monday 4th October 2010

LUKE Donald overcame Jim Furyk to open up a three-point advantage for Europe at 12-9.

RYDER CUP: Europe 12 USA 9

1:40pm Monday 4th October 2010

COLIN Montgomerie's Europe restored their three point lead after Rory McIlroy finished all square with Stewart Cink and Luke Donald beat Jim Furyk by one shot, both on the sun-drenched 18th green at the Celtic Manor.

Poulter takes Europe closer

1:32pm Monday 4th October 2010

IAN Poulter's ruthless triumph takes Europe just four short of the required winning total.

Stricker strikes blow for States

1:08pm Monday 4th October 2010

STEVE Stricker struck a blow for the United States by beating European talisman Lee Westwood as the 38th Ryder Cup began building towards its climax at Celtic Manor.

RYDER CUP: Europe 10.5 USA 8.5

1:05pm Monday 4th October 2010

IAN Poulter beats Matt Kuchar 5&4 with a six-under par round to give Europe a two-point lead.

RYDER CUP: Europe 9.5 USA 8.5

12:52pm Monday 4th October 2010

STEVE Stricker beats Lee Westwood and Dustin Johnson defeats Martin Kaymer to cut Europe's lead to just one point.

RYDER CUP: Europe on the march

South Wales Argus: Europe's Ian Poulter celebrates on the third green

12:41pm Monday 4th October 2010

EUROPE'S Ryder Cup stars appeared to be on a relentless victory march against the United States at Celtic Manor today.

Europe's victory push starts strongly

12:01pm Monday 4th October 2010

EUROPE'S Ryder Cup stars appeared to be on a relentless victory march against the United States at Celtic Manor today.

Tiger Woods out of sorts

11:34am Monday 4th October 2010

TIGER Woods, who had suffered only one previous Ryder Cup singles defeat, appeared out of sorts this morning.

Westwood leads victory pursuit

11:03am Monday 4th October 2010

LEE Westwood led from the front in trademark fashion as Europe set off on their quest to regain the Ryder Cup at a mist-shrouded Celtic Manor.

RYDER CUP UPDATE: 'Fog not a problem' - chief referee

South Wales Argus: FIRST BLOOD: Rory McIlroy

10:38am Monday 4th October 2010

WESTWOOD and Stricker were briefly held on the second tee due to the mist, although chief referee John Paramor said he did not anticipate any major weather issues.

Westwood gets singles under way

South Wales Argus: Lee Westwood

10:13am Monday 4th October 2010

LEE Westwood hit Europe's first Monday morning shot in Ryder Cup history at Celtic Manor today.

Late spot may diminish Tiger's influence

South Wales Argus: Late spot may diminish Tiger's influence

9:56am Monday 4th October 2010

JUST as happened at The Belfry in 2002, Tiger Woods may not be in a position to influence who wins the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor today.

Pavin not giving up the fight

8:20am Monday 4th October 2010

United States captain Corey Pavin believes his players can stage a Brookline-style fightback and rip the Ryder Cup from Europe's grasp at Celtic Manor today.

Monty "surprised" by Pavin tactics

7:48am Monday 4th October 2010

Not for the first time at the Ryder Cup Colin Montgomerie has expressed surprise at a decision by his opposite number Corey Pavin.

Michael Pearlman says: Weather puts damper on legacy

6:30am Monday 4th October 2010

IN the land of the leeks there can be little doubt that the Celtic Manor Ryder Cup will be remembered as the tournament of the leaks.

Great golf and smiles...between showers

6:20am Monday 4th October 2010

WHEN the rain stays away, the Celtic Manor is the ultimate Ryder Cup venue, something we thankfully fleetingly saw on Saturday.

Pearlo's notes from the Manor

5:10am Monday 4th October 2010

IT doesn’t take much to confuse me, but the role of the wives and girlfriends at the Celtic Manor Ryder Cup has certainly got me scratching my head.

Monty's heroes scent victory

South Wales Argus: WHAT A MOMENT: Rory McIlroy savours a great day for Europe

4:40am Monday 4th October 2010

COLIN Montgomerie’s European side roared back into the ascendancy at the 38th Ryder Cup, which today enters a fourth day for the first time.

Monday at the Manor - all you need to know

12:10am Monday 4th October 2010

DESPITE the Herculean efforts of the Celtic Manor ground staff after more torrential rain on Saturday night, the Ryder Cup headed into a Monday for the first time in its 83-year history.

Late spot may diminish Tiger's influence

8:27pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

JUST as happened at The Belfry in 2002, Tiger Woods may not be in a position to influence who wins the Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor tomorrow.

Europe storm back on dream Sunday

6:35pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

EUROPE take a remarkable three-point lead into the Monday singles at the Ryder Cup after a quite stunning session at Celtic Manor.

Molinaris halve with Cink and Kuchar - Europe 9½ US - 6½

6:22pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

THE Molinari brothers put Europe ahead by nine and a half points to six and a half after halving with Stewart Cink and Matt Kuchar.

Mickelson suffers third-straight defeat

6:17pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

IAN Poulter and Martin Kaymer were two up overnight but with 14 holes still to play, the European pair were pegged back when Rickie Fowler holed a bunker shot for an eagle on the 11th and Phil Mickelson birdied the 13th.

Kaymer and Poulter pull Europe clear at 9-6

5:52pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

KAYMER missed his birdie, he and but he and Ian Poulter overcame Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler to give Europe a 2&1 win.

McIlroy could be 'Wee Mac'

5:50pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

RORY McIlroy might leave Celtic Manor tomorrow with a new nickname.

Hanson and Jimenez beat Watson and Overton to make it 8-6

5:46pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

PETER Hanson & Miguel Angel Jimenez stretched Europe's lead to 8-6 with their win over Bubba Watson & Jeff Overton.

McDowell reveals pair's Ryder Cup dream

5:40pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

GRAEME McDowell revealed he and Rory McIlroy had planned their Ryder Cup campaign: "We have been talking about this for a couple of years.

McIlroy savours foursomes win

South Wales Argus: EMOTIONAL: Rory McIlroy

5:27pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

RORY McIlroy admitted he had experienced emotions from "opposite ends of the spectrum’’ after securing the first win of his Ryder Cup career at Celtic Manor.

Fisher and Harrington pull Europe ahead

South Wales Argus: STATURE: Ross Fisher, left and Padraig Harrington

5:07pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

ROSS Fisher sealed a 2&1 victory to put put Europe 7-6 ahead.

McIlroy and McDowell bring Europe level

4:27pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

RORY McIlroy finished the job in style as he and McDowell beat Johnson and Hunter with a birdie two sealing a vital win and levelling the overall score at 6-6.

McDowell and McIlroy hold on for victory

South Wales Argus: VICTORY: Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy

4:06pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

McDowell and McIlroy avoided a repeat yesterday's action when they had victory over Cink and Kuchar snatched from their grasp over the closing stretch.

Woods suffers as Europe fight back

2:52pm Sunday 3rd October 2010

TIGER Woods today suffered the heaviest match play defeat in his professional career as the rain-delayed Ryder Cup resumed at Celtic Manor.






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