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LONDON, Sep. 24, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- Following is the list of previous winners of the Ryder Cup ahead of the 2008 match between Europe and the United States at the Celtic Manor Resort from October 1-3:

U.S. leads 25-10 with 2 halved

2008 Valhalla, Kentucky

U.S. 16 1/2 Europe 11 1/2

2006 K Club, Dublin, Ireland

Europe 18 1/2 U.S. 9 1/2

2004 Oakland Hills, Michigan

Europe 18 1/2 U.S. 9 1/2

2002 The Belfry, England

Europe 15 1/2, U.S. 12 1/2

1999 Brookline, Massachusetts

U.S. 14 1/2, Europe 13 1/2

1997 Sotogrande, Spain

Europe 14 1/2, U.S. 13 1/2

1995 Rochester, New York

Europe 14 1/2, U.S. 13 1/2

1993 The Belfry, England

U.S. 15, Europe 13

1991 Kiawah Island, South Carolina

U.S. 14 1/2, Europe 13 1/2

1989 The Belfry, England

Europe 14 U.S. 14 (tie, Europe retains Ryder Cup)

1987 Dublin, Ohio

Europe 15, U.S. 13

1985 The Belfry, England

Europe 16 1/2, U.S. 11 1/2

1983 Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

U.S. 14 1/2, Europe 13 1/2

1981 Surrey, England

U.S. 18 1/2, Europe 9 1/2

1979 White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia

U.S. 17, Europe 11

1977 St. Anne's-On-The-Sea, England

U.S. 12 1/2, Britain and Ireland 7 1/2

1975 Ligonier, Pennsylvania

U.S. 21, Britain and Ireland 11

1973 Muirfield, Scotland

U.S. 19, Britain and Ireland 13

1971 St. Louis

U.S. 18 1/2, Britain 13 1/2

1969 Southport, England

U.S. 16, Britain 16

(tie, U.S. retains Ryder Cup)

1967 Houston

U.S. 23 1/2, Britain 8 1/2

1965 Southport, England

U.S. 19 1/2, Britain 12 1/2

1963 Atlanta

U.S. 23, Britain 9

1961 St. Anne's-On-The-Sea, England

U.S. 14 1/2, Britain 9 1/2

1959 Palm Desert, California

U.S. 8 1/2, Britain 3 1/2

1957 Yorkshire, England

Britain 7 1/2, U.S. 4 1/2

1955 Palm Springs, California

U.S. 8, Britain 4

1953 Wentworth, England

U.S. 6 1/2, Britain 5 1/2

1951 Pinehurst, North Carolina

U.S. 9 1/2, Britain, 2 1/2

1949 Scarborough, England

U.S. 7, Britain 5

1947 Portland, Oregon

U.S. 11, Britain 1

MATCHES NOT HELD DURING WORLD WAR II

1937 Southport, England

U.S. 8, Britain 4

1935 Ridgewood, New Jersey

U.S. 9, Britain 3

1933 Southport, England

Britain 6 1/2, U.S. 5 1/2

1931 Columbus, Ohio

U.S. 9, Britain 3

1929 Moortown, England

Britain 7, U.S. 5

1927 Worcester, Massachusetts

U.S. 9 1/2, Britain 2 1/2

 

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