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Rob Lee says that Rory McIlroy will bounce back from his putting issues to claim the FedEx Cup.
Europe are Ryder Cup favourites, says Rob Lee, but Team USA have plenty of reasons to be optimistic.
Rob Lee reckons Luke Donald is unlikely to receive a wildcard pick for the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.
Steve Stricker is right to rule himself out because Team USA have better options, says Rob Lee.
Rob Lee thinks Tom Watson would be making a massive mistake if he picked Tiger Woods for the Ryder Cup.
Rob Lee predicted Rory McIlroy to win the PGA back in January - and he's even more confident now!
Rob Lee blogs on the evergreen Bernhard Langer, Jim Furyk’s scar tissue and the Butch Harmon effect.
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Europe's Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley is proud to see his team favourites for Gleneagles later this month.
Sir Nick Faldo has described Ian Poulter as the “magic man” of the last three Ryder Cup contests.
Four West Yorkshire golfers have set off on a charity bike ride to visit every GB & Irish venue to have hosted a Ryder Cup.
Some big prizes were handed out this week but, as always, for every gloating winner there are a number of losers counting their losses.
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