James: Ryder Cup crowds can intimidate.

Mark James, who captained Team Europe in the USA, warns of the influence the American crowd can have.

0:53

Mickelson: Tiger and I were doomed to fail at the 2004 Ryder Cup.

Phil Mickelson tells the story of his doomed four-ball match alongside Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup in 2004.

2:24

Across The Pond: Can Ryan Moore be the difference?

Michael Collins and Tristan Barclay discuss who they think are going to win the Ryder Cup with Michael arguing that Ryan Moore can be the difference.

1:59

Jacklin: Winning in the US was euphoric.

Four-time Ryder Cup captain Tony Jacklin looks back on Europe's first-ever win on American soil back in 1987.

2:47

Spieth: We believe we're the best.

Jordan Spieth says that Team USA are confident of regaining the Ryder Cup from the Team Europe.

1:08

James: European rookies an 'unknown quantity'

Former Team Europe Ryder Cup captain Mark James expects the European rookies to take some time to find their feet.

1:15

James: An honour to have known Palmer.

Mark James says golf owes a lot to the late Arnold Palmer and it was an honour to compete against him.

0:31

Tiger gives Team USA a good laugh.

When vice-captain Tiger Woods tried to join the American team photo at the Ryder Cup, he gave everyone what was likely an unintentional comedic moment, says ESPN.com's Michael Collins.

0:39

Garcia: You don't win the Ryder Cup with your mouth.

Team Europe member Sergio Garcia has hit back at Team USA's trash talking before Friday's Ryder Cup start at Hazeltine National Golf Club.

0:41

Ryder Cup celebrity pro-am a hit.

The PGA of America's celebrity pro-am Tuesday at the Ryder Cup is exactly the kind of thing golf should be doing to help grow the game, says ESPN.com's Michael Collins.

0:51

McIlroy looking to maintain form at Ryder Cup.

Rory McIlroy says he is focused on keeping up his good form in order to help Team Europe maintain the Ryder Cup.

0:20

Did you know: Five Ryder Cup facts.

Jules Breach reveals five facts you need to know before the Ryder Cup gets underway in Hazeltine.

1:37

Love III: Bubba wanted to be involved.

Davis Love III explains the appointment of Bubba Watson as a vice-captain and both captains promise a tribute to Arnold Palmer.

1:33

Clarke: Full belief in Ryder Cup rookies.

European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke says he has no worries about the six Ryder Cup rookies on his team.

1:11

Team Europe pay tribute to Palmer.

Paul Lawrie, Lee Westwood and Padraig Harrington hail the influence of the late Arnold Palmer.

1:12

Jacklin: Palmer golf's greatest ambassador.

Tony Jacklin says that no one did more than the late Arnold Palmer to promote golf around the world.

1:31

1 Big Thing: Palmer's willingness to connect made him special.

Scott Van Pelt recounts a story from 1995 when a mason that worked at Bay Hill, the golf course Arnold Palmer owned, met with Palmer and how the seven-time major winner treated the man.

2:27

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