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  Wednesday, 18 September, 2002, 08:49 GMT 09:49 UK
Ryder Cup early years
Founding father Samuel Ryder, flanked by Walter Hagen and George Duncan in 1929
Founding father Samuel Ryder, flanked by captains Walter Hagen and George Duncan in 1929

Hagen's drive is admired by his American colleagues
Hagen's drive is admired by his American colleagues

Byron Nelson tees off at Southport in 1937
Byron Nelson tees off at Southport in 1937

Ben Hogan receives the Ryder Cup in 1949
Ben Hogan receives the Ryder Cup in 1949

The Americans arrive for the 1953 match at Wentworth
The Americans arrive for the 1953 match at Wentworth

Arnold Palmer chips onto the green at Lytham in 1961
Arnold Palmer chips onto the green at Lytham in 1961

Tony Jacklin finds the sand at Muirfield in 1973
Tony Jacklin finds the sand at Muirfield in 1973

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