Welcome to Golfweek’s Pub Crawl: Complete Walker Cup coverage! This page will be your one-stop shop for all things Walker Cup. Be sure to check back daily as Golfweek brings you closer than anyone to the action at Royal County Down with:
• Daily video on GolfweekTV.
• Daily commentaries from Golfweek’s fleet of reporters.
• Recaps, news and notes after each day at Royal County Down.
And you can join the conversation on Golfweek’s discussion boards.
Now on GolfweekTV:
• Watch the United States hold off Great Britain & Ireland’s rally to win the Walker Cup on foreign soil for the first time in 16 years.
• Want to see Webb Simpson's stunning eagle putt? Catch it on the Day 1 recap.
• Ron Balicki and Alistair Tait make their Walker Cup predictions.
• Alistair Tait takes a crack at Royal County Down’s penal bunkers.
• Blind shots are part of Royal County Down’s charm – and its difficulty. Alistair Tait shows how to handle them.
Sunday (Day 2):
• Moore's eagle brings home Cup: Jonathan Moore was one of the more controversial selections to the U.S. Walker Cup team, but no one played a bigger role in the United States' victory Sunday.
• Sunday sweep: U.S. takes big lead: Momentum wasn't supposed to be on the United States' side when Sunday play began, but the U.S. swept the morning foursomes to take a commanding lead.
Saturday (Day 1):
• Masterpiece theater: The first day of the Walker Cup was golf at its grandest, writes Dave Seanor.
• Fowler, Horschel lead U.S. at Walker Cup: Rickie Fowler and Billy Horschel earned two points apiece to help the U.S. to a 6-6 tie after the first day of play.
• ‘That was the best putt I’ve ever seen:’ Webb Simpson holed a 37-yard eagle putt to earn a half-point and tie the opening foursomes session 2-2.
• Cheers and fears: The nervous Walker Cup captains should hit the Guinness tents, writes Dave Seanor.
• Wicked matches to open Walker Cup: Rickie Fowler and Billy Horschel will start things off for the Team USA, but they’ll face a daunting task in Rory McIlroy and Lloyd Saltman.
• U.S. takes aim at Walker Cup repeat: The United States’ Walker Cup defense isn’t going to be easy. They’ll face an inhospitable crowd and tricky links-style course.
• Walker Cup player capsules: Learn about the players that will represent each team in this biennial match.
• Everyone’s Buddy: The U.S. Walker Cup captain should stop being ‘Mr. Nice Guy,’ writes Alistair Tait.