Why is it called the ryder cup?

Answer The Ryder Cup is a trophy given to the winner every other year of the "Ryder Cup Matches," a world famous golf tournament. This is one of the oldest and most prestigious accomplishments in golf.Sig... Read More »

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How to Use a Red Ryder BB Gun?

The Red Ryder BB gun was introduced in 1938 as a child-friendly replica of the Winchester rifle. Shooting your Red Ryder BB gun can be a pleasant way to spend the afternoon. Potential targets inclu... Read More »

Who won the Ryder Cup in 2008?

The United States defeated the European team by a score of 16 1/2 points to 11 1/2 points to win the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla Country Club in Louisville, Kentucky. Team captain, Paul Azinger, led... Read More »

Where is the Ryder Cup played?

Every other year, teams of professional golfers from the United States and from Europe play against each other in the Ryder Cup. Each time the tournament is played, the location switches from a go... Read More »

Where is Ryder College?

Rider University, formerly Rider College, has two campuses located in the state of New Jersey: a 280-acre location in Lawrenceville and a 23-acre campus in Princeton. Founded in 1865, Rider Univers... Read More »