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  • Ryder Cup
  • Struggling Poulter veers from ridiculous to sublime
  • Sep 27, 2014: There was a fleeting glimpse of the old Ian Poulter magic at the Ryder Cup but it still was not enough to defeat Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker nor keep him active in the afternoon foursomes

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  • Championship dreams
  • Sep 27, 2014: Which driver has won the most F1 Grands Prix without having won the championship?

  • Ryder Cup
  • Simpson trends worldwide after first-tee fluff
  • Sep 26, 2014: We've all fluffed an opening tee shot limply down the fairway - but spare a thought for Team USA's Webb Simpson, who managed to duff the first shot of the Ryder Cup in spectacular fashion

  • Ryder Cup
  • Poulter loves American life ... and sticking it to Uncle Sam
  • Sep 25, 2014: Two of his four children were born in the United States, he lives in a Florida mansion and plays most of his golf on the PGA Tour. Ian Poulter enjoys life in America but absolutely loves sticking it to Uncle Sam at the Ryder Cup

  • Ask Steven
  • Ryder Cup record?
  • Sep 25, 2014: I was watching an old Ryder Cup film from 1997, and Fred Couples won his singles 8&7. Is this the biggest victory in Ryder Cup history?

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  • Why the Ryder Cup tamed Tiger and made Monty a hero
  • Sep 24, 2014: The Ryder Cup is golf, but not the game a golfer signs on for. The moral polarities are reversed with the player competing at the sport he excels at in utterly alien circumstances, writes Simon Barnes

  • Ryder Cup
  • Cash drives the Ryder Cup
  • Sep 24, 2014: How did the Ryder Cup bypass Scotland's famed venues? Money talks, explains Bob Harig, with tens of millions spent to secure the three-day biennial matches

  • Golf
  • St Andrews' facade updated with feminine touch
  • Sep 19, 2014: Life at St Andrews changed - symbolically - on Thursday when the Royal Ancient Golf Club voted to admit women members for the first time in its 260-year history, more than 85% of 2,500 members electing to fast-track women into their club

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