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Updated: 21 min 36 sec ago
Lee Westwood is not concerned that Europe will go into the Ryder Cup on US soil with six rookies in their team.
Russell Knox says he is 'comfortable' with his approach to trying to make Europe's Ryder Cup team,
European Ryder Cup Captain picks Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters as his wildcards.
Russell Knox's decision not to play two recent ranking events cost him a Ryder Cup place, believes Tom English.
Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer & Thomas Pieters are selected as Europe's wildcards by Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke.
USA Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III says he will ask his team for advice about wildcards for the 2016 competition.
Scot Russell Knox will discover by Tuesday if has done enough to earn one of Darren Clarke's three captain's picks.
Patrick Reed wins his first tournament of the season at The Barclays to to earn place on the USA Ryder Cup team.
Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn wins the Canadian Pacific Women's Open, with Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadow in 10th.
Belgium's Thomas Pieters boosts his Ryder Cup hopes by beating Welshman Bradley Dredge by one shot to win the Made in Denmark title.
Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadow is tied third on 12 under par going in to the final round of the Canadian Pacific Women's Open.
Rickie Fowler shoots a 68 to lead by one from fellow American Patrick Reed after three rounds of The Barclays.
Wales' Bradley Dredge in a strong position to win first European Tour event in a decade heading into the final round in Denmark.
Northern Ireland's world number 419 Stephanie Meadow is in a tie for second halfway through the Canadian Women's Open.
Patrick Reed holds a two-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the Barclays tournament as Scotland's Martin Laird slips to tied fifth.
Scotland's Martin Laird holds a share of the lead with Patrick Reed heading into the second round of The Barclays tournament.
Tom Lewis misses out on the first 59 in European Tour history after carding three late bogeys at the Made in Denmark tournament.
Rory McIlroy, who withdrew from the Olympics, says he is happy to be "somewhat proven wrong" by the success of the golf in Rio.