Ryder Cup host courses

Thunderbird

Gem USA - Best in Area

In the Rock-n-Roll 1950s, the Thunderbird Country Club attracted celebrities from all over the USA and it wasn’t long before the Ford Motor Company heard about the place.

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Valhalla

2nd Kentucky - Best in Area

Jack did a bit of earth moving on the front nine at Valhalla which is fashioned in a links-style with fairways that pitch and roll through a fairly flat, low-lying and open valley.

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Walton Heath (New)

13th Surrey - Best in Area 37th England Ranking 84th Britain & Ireland Ranking

Both courses at Walton Heath Golf Club are intertwined and have a very similar look and feel. The Old is tougher, although the New is a demanding course with memorable holes of great variety.

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Wentworth (West)

4th Surrey - Best in Area 13th England Ranking 33rd Britain & Ireland Ranking

The West course at the Wentworth Club is Surrey's most famous golf course. It closed for its latest makeover in 2017 and reopened prior to the 2018 BMW PGA Championship.

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Worcester Country Club

18th Massachusetts - Best in Area

Everyone interested in golf knows, or ought to know, that Worcester Country Club hosted the inaugural Ryder Cup match between the USA and Great Britain in 1927.

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Ryder Cup Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 37
2 Fergal O'Leary Courses Played 32
3 Bob McCoy Courses Played 31
= Joseph Andriole Courses Played 31
5 Mark White Courses Played 27
6 Steve Starika Courses Played 25
= James Gold Courses Played 25
8 BL Tracker Courses Played 24
9 David Harak Courses Played 22
10 Andrew J. Courses Played 21