Ryder Cup

The Ryder Cup Archive showcases some of the most exciting and dramatic footage in sport as teams from Europe and the USA come together over 3 days of competition.  The Ryder Cup Archive is jointly administered by the European Tour and PGA of America.

About
Footage
Programming
Rights available *
Footage
All Media
Programming
All Media
Territory
Footage
Worldwide
Programming
Worldwide
Restrictions
Footage
See footnotes
Programming
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Period
Footage
up to 10 Years
Programming
up to 10 Years
Hours
Footage
>1,000
Programming
>50

Other Information: International Sound cleared for all footage/programming.

*All footage/programming is licensed on a non-exclusive basis and subject to final approval.

The Ryder Cup is a biennial golf match between teams from Europe and the United States.  The competition is jointly administered by the European Tour and PGA of America and is contested on venues alternating between Europe and the USA.

The Ryder Cup began following an exhibition match between a team of members from the British PGA and their American counterparts staged over the East Course at Wentworth in Surrey, England.

The Ryder Cup is named after Samuel Ryder who originally donated the trophy.