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The Ryder Cup (officially the Ryder Cup Matches) is a biennial golf competition . The Ryder Cup Matches involve various match play competitions between players . Under Ryder Cup rules, the defending champion team from the previous .
Ryder Cup Format & Rules GolfLink.com - Golf
Ryder Cup Format & Rules. The Ryder Cup is a bi-annual match-play competition between the United States and Europe. The competition is named after golf .
Ryder Cup Scoring Method | GolfLink.com
The Ryder Cup is a team-based golf competition held in even-numbered years. . seeks to make an easily quantifiable measurement of which team has played better over the course of the Ryder Cup weekend. . Ryder Cup Format & Rules .
BBC SPORT | Golf | Ryder Cup explained
Rules and Equipment . Golf's big team contest, the Ryder Cup, sees Europe take on the United States for one of sport's most coveted trophies. . The holes are played individually and whoever takes the fewest shots wins that particular hole.