Ryder Cup - KNH 130I MTA Intermediate Golf David A. Tieman...

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KNH 130I MTA Intermediate Golf David A. Tieman Written Assignment Due October 5, 2011 Ryder Cup The Ryder Cup is a golf contest between The United States of America and Europe that occurs every two years. The PGA of America and PGA European Tour administer the competition that takes place at an alternating course venue between the U.S. and the continent of Europe. Samuel Ryder was the man who donated the trophy and whom the competition is named after. The competition rewards no prize money to the individual golfers on each team and is battled for on the straight concepts of pride and victory. The unique event although does bring in multi-millions in TV and different sponsorships. The President’s Cup is the counterpart golf competition that is held between The United States of America and an International team, which includes the other countries around the world except the continent of Europe. Every year the two high profile events alternate their competition.
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course KNH 130 taught by Professor Tieman during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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