Golfing World News - September 30

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Two days removed and we're still dealing with the fallout from the weekend's Ryder Cup action as well as Phil Mickelson's comments.

Paul Azinger was the last US captain to lead his team to victory in 2008 and in an interview with USA

Today, the 54-year-old who lost just once in four outings as a player refused to rule himself out of taking the helm in 2016.

Many of the European players, including Rory McIlroy, posted on social media after the win - and be warned you can't unsee this.

The shirtless Northern Irishman posed alongside a full clothed Stephen Gallacher following the victory at Gleneagles.

Next stop on McIlroy's schedule is the Alfred Dunhill Links at St Andrews.

And he reflected on another week well done with a stroll around the famous course.

Luke Donald was one player, who was seen by many as unlucky to miss out Gleneagles.

To get over not being involved with Europe’s latest victory, the former world number one took in a round at the scene of Europe’s most recent victory on US soil - Medinah.

That's all for today, we'll bring you from St Andrews tomorrow as Rory seeks his fourth win this season.

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