This year’s Ryder Cup takes place at Celtic Manor, Wales and approximately one billion people are expected to tune in to see if Team America can repeat its 2008 performance.
“The Ryder Cup: A History of Golf’s Greatest Match” is an authoritative up-to-date chronicle of this fascinating event. It charts the spirited early years in the 1920s when only the British Isles took on the USA – in what was regularly a one-sided New World affair – through to the gladiatorial modern-day epics and the inclusion of Europe.
About the Authors
Bruce Critchley played for Great Britain and Ireland against the USA in the Walker Cup and has commentated on golf tournaments for the last 25 years, on the BBC and as the leading golf commentator on Sky, for whom he will cover the 2010 Cup.
Colin Montgomerie has been Europe’s undisputed leading golfer over the last 15 years, playing in eight Ryder Cups and never losing a singles match. He will captain Europe in their quest to win back the trophy at Celtic Manor in 2010.
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