The Ryder Cup has experienced in both The Celtic Manor in 2010 and Medinah in 2012 two of the most exciting tournaments in the history of golf's premier team event. Whether it was McDowell's heroics to claim victory in Wales, or Olazabal's magnificent 12 who recorded what will undoubtedly be coined Seve Sunday in snatching victory from the claws of defeat in turning over a 10-6 deficit to win 14.5 - 13.5 at Medinah.
Whilst we will always look back at these great golfing spectacles, we must look forward with great anticipation at the prospect of the 2014 Ryder Cup which will take place at one of Europe's finest golf resorts, Gleneagles. Set in stunning Perthshire countryside, the Ryder Cup will return to Europe where the heroes of 2012 - Poulter, Kaymer, Rose and McIlroy will be hoping to hold onto Europe's most coveted prize - the Samuel Ryder Trophy.
The 2014 Ryder Cup will take place over the PGA Centenary Course which was designed by 18 time Major Champion Jack Nicklaus. As a regular stop on the European Tour for the Johnnie Walker, The European Team should feel at home at this course, despite its American heritage.