Golf: Ryder Cup teams begins play in Louisville, Kentucky

Friday, September 19, 2008

Teams, not solo stars, from the United States and Europe go head to head in Louisville, Kentucky, to play for golf's Ryder Cup. The Tiger-less Americans, heavy underdogs with six rookies on the team, are up against a team of European all-stars. The United States has lost five out of the last six Ryder Cups, and the pressure is on their young team.
Guest: Rex Hoggard, senior writer for Golf Week Magazine

Contributors:

Katherine Lanpher

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