The event has seen some of the greatest players ever compete in it, but who is the best Ryder Cup player ever?
Golf Monthly looks back at some of the best shots in Ryder Cup history.
In this piece we take a look at the five greatest Ryder Cup comebacks.
Paul Lawrie tells us about being a part of the Miracle of Medinah
In this piece we take a look at eight potential pairings we could see in Paris later this year.
In this piece we take a look at the five greatest Ryder Cup competitions in the history of the event.
Whilst many of the tickets are sold out, there are still ways you can attend the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National
Take a look at these classic Ryder Cup celebrations from the history of the event.
In this piece Matt Cradock take a look at possible players for future American Ryder Cup sides.
In his latest column, Westwood talks about his past Ryder Cup experiences and looks ahead to the 2018 event.
In this piece Matt Cradock takes a look at possible players for future Ryder Cups.
Eamonn Darcy's nerveless putt to beat Ben Crenshaw helped Europe to their first ever Ryder Cup victory on US soil
We look back at Ian Poulter's stunning putt which turned out to be the catalyst for the greatest comeback in Ryder Cup history
Back in 2014, Jamie Donaldson sealed the Cup with a glorious wedge. It comes in at number 11.
In arguably the greatest ever Ryder Cup match, Rory McIlroy's monster putt comes in at number 12.
Next up in our countdown is Howard Clark's hole in one in 1995.
Sam Torrance's Ryder Cup winning putt in 1985 is next up in our list of the greatest ever Ryder Cup shots.
The Ryder Cup will be coming to downtown Paris thanks to a fan-zone with lots of activities.
First up in our Ryder Cup countdown of the best shots ever, is Paul Casey's hole in one in 2006.
Thanks to a solid year on the PGA Tour, Tony Finau has been selected as the final wildcard pick for Team USA.