Best, Worst Ryder Cup Venues in History

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BEST RYDER CUP COURSES Kiawah Island Golf Resort Kiawah Island, S.C. Ryder Cups hosted: 1991 The war by the shore was not a bore. Thanks Pete Dye.
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Sutton Coldfield, England Ryder Cups hosted: 2002, 1993, 1989, 1985 At least the Euros, who won three times there, liked it.
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Country Kildare, Ireland Ryder Cups hosted: 2006 Money can't buy you love, but it got this average American-style course the Ryder Cup.
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Louisville, Ky. Ryder Cups hosted: 2008 Nice win for U.S. - remember any holes though?
5 of 10 David Cannon/Getty Images
Newport, South Wales Ryder Cups hosted: 2010 Having rain and a chunked chip as the lasting memories? Not good.
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Muirfield, Scotland Ryder Cups hosted: 1973 No return visit in almost four decades? Stunning.
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Village of Pinehurst, N.C. Ryder Cups hosted: 1951 Imagine those greens back then.
8 of 10 Fred Vuich/SI
Dublin, Ohio Ryder Cups hosted: 1987 Venue for one of only two draws in Ryder Cup history.
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Brookline, Mass. Ryder Cups hosted: 1999 Justin Leonard still hears the roars from his putt on 17 here.
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Palm Beach, Fla. Ryder Cups hosted: 1983 Nice resort for a PGA Tour event, but not for the Ryder Cup.