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Day 1 at the Ryder Cup: Previews, predictions, odds, results and more

What's happening on the first day of the Ryder Cup at Whislting Straits between the United States and Europe? We have you covered from first tee shot to final putt.

Heroes, picks and the possibility of Brooks/Bryson: What we think will happen at the Ryder Cup

Which player will steal the show at the Ryder Cup? Will Steve Stricker give Brooks/Bryson a shot? And which side wins? We answer all the big Ryder Cup questions.

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.

U.S. up 3-1 on Europe in early Ryder Cup play

This United States took an early lead over Europe at the Ryder Cup on Friday winning three of the four morning matches during foursome play at Whistling Straits.

'Harry Potter' actor Felton collapses at Ryder Cup

Tom Felton, known for his portrayal of Draco Malfoy in the "Harry Potter" movies, collapsed while playing a celebrity golf exhibition Thursday at the Ryder Cup.

Thomas, Spieth to open Ryder Cup for Team USA

The opening foursomes for this weekend's Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits were announced on Thursday.

Finau: 'No scar tissue' will be difference for U.S.

Tony Finau says this version of the U.S. Ryder Cup team will be different because it's a "whole new team" with "no scar tissue."

Koepka: Negative spin put on Ryder Cup remarks

Brooks Koepka said his comments about the difficulties of Ryder Cup week, which caught the attention of former U.S. captain Paul Azinger, were given a negative spin.

Americans favored, but bettors split on Ryder Cup

The United States will enter the Ryder Cup as the betting favorite over the Europeans, and bettors are somewhat divided about which side will prevail at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

From Rahm to Rory, Bryson to Brooks, ranking all 24 players in the Ryder Cup

The Ryder Cup is a different animal, which means you don't just look at the Official World Golf Rankings to put them in order -- which is why you'll find some lower (Rory McIlroy) and some higher (Jordan Spieth) than you might expect.

How to get the U.S. crowd on its side? Europe goes with Cheeseheads and Packers colors

The Europeans did their best to get the pro-United States crowd on their side with some green, yellow, white and, of course, cheese at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.

'I don't know if I can do it': Tales from the first tee at the Ryder Cup

Nearly every player who has made the Ryder Cup will insist that first tee shot is just different. But what do they mean? In their words, they tell you.

Can the U.S. Ryder Cup team get along for one week?

It's been the summer of Brooks Koepka vs. Bryson DeChambeau. Can the U.S. Ryder Cup team get along the way the European side does? Will it?

Nine Ryder Cup rookies should learn from Rory McIlroy and know the Ryder Cup is a big deal

Rory McIlroy once called the Ryder Cup "an exhibition." He said it was "a spectacle." Insisted it was "not that big a deal." He was wrong -- and he knows it. Now, nine rookies are going to learn the exact same thing.

Morikawa 'feeling great' after injury, poor stretch

U.S. Ryder Cup team member Collin Morikawa said he's ditched the bad habits that "crept in" after he kept playing with a tweaked muscle in his lower back following the Olympics. "I'm 100% healthy," he said.

'Postman' relishes role of Ryder Cup underdog

Ian Poulter, who has a 14-6-2 career record entering his seventh Ryder Cup appearance, of which five were European wins, said it would mean "a little bit more" to beat the U.S. team at Whistling Straits as an underdog.

Brooks vs. Bryson: The lapsed fan's guide to the feud that won't end

It started with a complaint about slow play, then snowballed into something much larger. Don't remember all the details? That's OK -- there have been a lot. We give a rundown of how we got here.

'COVID Envelope' plan in place at Ryder Cup

There is a contingency plan in place at the Ryder Cup in the event a player tests positive for the coronavirus and is unable to play in singles on Sunday: the "COVID Envelope."

Harrington honors European players for elite feat

In an effort to make sure his players "make it count" at the Ryder Cup this week, Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington assigned each player an historical number, stitched onto their bags, commemorating the rare accomplishment of making the team.

Bryson: No feuding with Koepka at Ryder Cup

Despite a monthslong feud, Bryson DeChambeau said Tuesday that everything was "fine" between him and Brooks Koepka at the Ryder Cup this week.