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Is there any stopping the U.S. from taking back the Ryder Cup?

The U.S. has a big lead. Europe will need an unprecedented Sunday surge. Can it be done? We go through all 12 singles matches to see if it is possible.



The U.S. did not let up on Day 2 and the Ryder Cup is within reach

The United States entered Saturday with a big lead -- then made it even bigger. For Europe to keep the Ryder Cup it will need an epic comeback on Sunday.



Choi fires 68 to take 2-shot lead at Pebble Beach

K.J. Choi shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday for a two-stroke lead over Alex Cejka and Bernhard Langer after two rounds of the PGA Tour Champions PURE Insurance Championship.



Hataoka gets 2nd ace, shares 1st with Lee in Ark.

Japan's Nasa Hataoka made a hole-in-one for the second straight day and shot a 6-under 65 to move into a tie with Australia's Minjee Lee after two rounds of the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.



Koepka has strong words for Ryder Cup officials

Brooks Koepka had some strong words for a pair of rules officials during his foursome match Saturday morning at the Ryder Cup.



U.S. in command, widens Ryder Cup lead to 11-5

The United States won two matches in the afternoon four-ball session Saturday to take an 11-5 lead and needs just 3½ points to win for just the second time in six Ryder Cups.



McIlroy sits Ryder Cup session after rough day

Rory McIlroy, who lost in both of his matches Friday, sat out a session of the Ryder Cup for the first time in his career on Saturday morning.



U.S. has biggest Day 1 Ryder Cup lead since '75

Led by Dustin Johnson and Xander Schauffele, the Americans built a surprising 6-2 lead over Europe, its biggest Day 1 lead at the Ryder Cup since 1975.



Three share 1-shot lead at Walmart NW Arkansas

A Lim Kim, Katherine Kirk and Eun-Hi Ji each shot 8-under 63 Friday for a one-shot lead over Sarah Burnham after the first round of the Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship.



The winners (U.S.) and losers (Europe) were clear on Day 1 at the Ryder Cup

The United States, looking to take back the Ryder Cup, got off to a strong start. Europe, meanwhile, struggled with its play and its decisions.



U.S. Ryder Cup team motivated by Tiger's text

An inspiration text message from Tiger Woods helped motivate the United States' Ryder Cup team, which took a 6-2 lead over Europe at Whistling Straits following two sessions of the three-day competition.



How the U.S. jumped out to a big lead at the Ryder Cup

The United States built itself a 6-2 lead on the first day of the Ryder Cup. Here is how it all went down against Europe at Whistling Straits.



You will not believe how far Bryson DeChambeau hit a drive at the Ryder Cup

How does 417 yards sound? On a par-5? The blast left him just 72 yards in and led to an eagle.



Spieth amazes with signature shot in Cup loss

Jordan Spieth took a wild swing at a ball lodged on a nearly vertical slope, and it somehow plopped onto the green about five feet from the hole as he tried to steady himself before almost winding up in Lake Michigan during his Ryder Cup match.