Sets from the fairway.
The Ryder Cup winning team sets have profiles and tournament details on the reverse of each card.
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A representation of Europe's fantastic third in a row victory over USA in golf's Ryder Cup. All the winners are represented as well as a bit of history.
Each card is 90mm in height and printed on both sides. On the front is the player image and on the reverse are all the stats.
2010 saw one of the most gripping Ryder Cups amid the rain of Celtic Manor. Europe had a healthy lead heading into the singles but the Americans fought back to leave the trophy riding on the last singles match. It was left to Graeme McDowell to putt the winning point for Europe as they ran out 14.5 to 13.5 winners.
Europe went to Medinah, USA, in a bid to retain the Ryder Cup they dramatically won in 2010 and found themselves amid a classic match. Trailing 10-6 heading into the final day they pulled off a string of stunning singles victories to end up winning 14.5 to 13.5. All the of the European players, profiles and match details are included on the back of the cards.
Europe had enjoyed a good run of success in the Ryder Cup in recent years and 2014 was no different as they faced Tom Watson's USA team at Gleneagles in Scotland. Having got off to a slow start Europe sustained a run of victories to win the trophy 16.5 point to 10.5.
The USA picked up their first victory over The Europeans since 2008 at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota with a 17-11 victory.
Thomas Bjorn's Europeans were in sensational form against the Americans at Le Golf Nacional in Paris. Despite having 5 Ryder Cup debutantes they ran out 17.5 to 10.5 winners.
The USA took the Ryder Cup back with a resounding 19-9 victory at Whispering Pines, Wisconsin in the tournament postponed in 2020 and played in 2021.
This is a 9 card set depicting legendary golfers from a bygone era. They are Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Tom Morris, Walter Hagen, Bobby Jones, Babe Didrickson Zaharia, Jack Nicklaus, Gene Sarazan and Byron Nelson. Each card has the player's profile on the reverse.