Golfing superstar Seve Ballesteros is celebrated on the big screen this week with the release of a biopic film, telling the
'Seve' tells the dramatic story of one of the world's most popular ever sportsmen, and one of golf's most charismatic stars
Seve Ballesteros and world No. 1 and two-time major winner Rory McIlroy will appear on the cover of the Tiger Woods PGA TOUR14
By the late Seventies the Ryder Cup had become a joke. The Americans so dominated the event that it was no longer of interest as a sporting contest. When Jack Nicklaus suggested that it be broadened to European team instead of a Great Britain and Ireland side, there was one golfer everyone eagerly awaited to see take on the Americans.
Where form is temporary, class is permanent. How true. Team Europe worked magic last night as they fought back from an almost certain defeat in the 39th Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club, Chicago.
Europe's dramatic Ryder Cup victory, as euphoric as it was, was also tinged with sadness as the victors - particularly tearful
Olazábal struggles with his emotions at Medinah Olazábal, who played under his compatriot 15 years ago, had to compose himself
Europe's players are set to pay tribute to the late Seve Ballesteros by dressing in his image for the singles at this week's
Seve Ballesteros' Europe defeated the United States by a mere point to retain the Ryder Cup, having won in New York's Oak