The U.S. destroyed Europe in a rout almost no one saw coming, and from a tearful Rory McIlroy to a bro-hug heard around Whistling Straits, these are the moments that we'll remember.
The United States won the 43rd Ryder Cup in smashing fashion, 19-9 to reclaim the coveted cup, while the American Midwest venue was equally as brilliant.
The outcome of the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits could boil down to a trio of par-4 holes on the Straits course — and their position during the matches may come as a surprise.
Long drive legend and DeChambeau power coach Bobby Peterson tells Morning Read's Brian Hurlburt why Bryson can become the 'Bo Jackson' of golf.
The grades are in, and no surprise that the U.S. has several "A" students after a historic rout.
SI/Morning Read's Gary Van Sickle and Jeff Ritter detail the changes big and small that made the American Ryder Cup team so much better at the 43rd Ryder Cup.
The Europeans suffered from too many aging stars who aren’t quite the same and not enough rising young studs. The Americans? Just the opposite, writes Morning Read's Gary Van Sickle.
Let the second-guessing begin, writes Morning Read's Alex Miceli, who offers some suggestions for how the European Team can get well before Rome in 2023.