Darren clarke ryder cup 2006 emotional
R. M. Mehta (Author of Pharmaceutics - I)
Ryder Cup: The greatest moment as voted for by you
The year-old is preparing to lead out Europe against the USA in arguably the biggest competition in golf — the Ryder Cup. His every decision, his body language and every word at press conferences will be under scrutiny as he aims to fend off a resurgent USA at Hazeltine and clinch a fourth successive victory for Europe. However, he finished as runner-up, three strokes behind Lee Westood. He first shot 60 at the European Monte Carlo Open. Again, this would be the last time the tournament was held.
Tense, thrilling, fun, frenetic, sometimes controversial, always absorbing, the Ryder Cup throws up some of sport's most iconic and enduring memories. Find out how you voted below and click here to listen to the BBC Radio 5 live debate. The scene: Holders Europe, containing four of the top five players in the world, were heading for the kind of defeat they had not experienced for more than 30 years. Media playback is not supported on this device. The moment: Not so much one moment but five of them as Poulter, a European talisman with 10 victories in his previous 13 matches, hit the hottest of putting streaks. In birdieing each of the final five holes, Poulter charged to a one-hole win, sealing victory with a nerveless footer in the gloom of the 18th.