Europe at the Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup. The elite golf tournament that pits the finest in Europe against the might of the United States every two years to lift the famous trophy.
Its origins date back to 1927 when it was originally battled out between Great Britain and USA, before including the whole of Europe in 1979, with competition for places in the team extremely fierce.
Since the United States’ opposition changed from Great Britain to Europe, we’ve seen a shift in power with the European’s winning 11 of the 20 tournaments they’ve competed in.
Since 1979, there’s been twelve different nations make up Team Europe at the Ryder Cup. But which nations and players have dominated the event over the years? BetVictor has all the answers.
Europe at the Ryder Cup takes an alternate analytical view into this prestigious competition, uncovering the numbers behind Team Europe from the very beginning right through to the present day.
Diving into the data looking at nations, points, tour records and individual performances, BetVictor’s Europe at the Ryder Cup provides insights into which countries and players have dominated the tournament over the years.
For the purposes of this campaign, we've omitted all result data from the 1979 Ryder Cup or earlier.