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 »

When Was the First Ryder Cup?

The Ryder Cup is a biennial golf tournament in which golf professionals from Great Britain and Europe square off against pros from America. The first informal competition between American and Briti... 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 »

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 »