Graeme McDowell withstood the greatest pressure of his career to secure
the winning point as Europe — led by Ian Poulter and Luke Donald —
regained the Ryder Cup after fending off a brilliant United States
After three days of practice, the 38th Ryder Cup is set to start at a
damp Celtic Manor where the defending champs from the U.S. face an
uphill task: winning on European soil for the first time in 17 years.
Six Europeans and five Americans will be making their Ryder Cup debuts
at Celtic Manor this week.