Established in 1927, the Ryder Cup was long dominated by the United States, until the Great Britain/Ireland team was expanded to include continental Europe in 1979. Highlighting this quartet is the 1969 Ryder Cup where Jack Nicklaus famously conceded Tony Jacklin's final putt in a controversial act of sportsmanship. "This is the greatest golf match you have ever seen in England," Sam Snead said of the dramatic 16-16 tie.
1963 East Lake (VG, USA)
1965 Royal Birkdale (VG-EX, USA)
1967 Champions (VG-EX, USA)
1969 Royal Birkdale (VG, USA)