The U.S. Ryder Cup team defeated Europe Sunday at Louisville’s Valhalla Golf Club to capture the international golf trophy for the first time since 1999. The Americans won the championship by a score of 16-and-a-half to 11-and-a-half. Kenny Perry was one of two Kentuckians on the U.S. team, which he says got a much-needed boost… Continue reading US Captures Ryder Cup At Valhalla
The American and European Ryder Cup teams have begun practice rounds at Louisville’s Valhalla Golf Club. The bienniel competition begins Friday. Former PGA pro and current NBC golf analyst Johnny Miller says the Americans once again come into the matches as underdogs. “The U.S. has only won one time in the last 14 years and… Continue reading Ryder Cup Teams Preparing For Competition
With thousands of foreign visitors in town this week for the Ryder Cup, the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau is hoping to avoid cultural misunderstandings.
Some visitors to this year’s Kentucky Bourbon Festival are using unorthodox methods to find a place to stay.
With the Ryder Cup less than two weeks away, local hospitality professionals are getting ready to host the thousands of visitors the event will bring to the city.