Phil Mickelson will make history in Paris when he competes in his 12th Ryder Cup, breaking the record he currently shares with Nick Faldo. Adding to Lefty's impressive longevity is his
SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France—No one on either of the Ryder Cup teams gathered at Le Golf National for the 42nd playing of golf’s most eagerly eagerly-awaited contest has had as long to think
Phil Mickelson said on Tuesday he'd "welcome" being partnered with Tiger Woods at this week's Ryder Cup. But he's clearly also got his mind on playing against his longtime rival
SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France—Who says the United States can’t win a Ryder Cup on foreign soil?
By a 12½-11½ margin, the 12-member American side held off the Europeans on Tuesday at Golf Disneyland