Definition of Ryder Cup in English:

Ryder Cup

Syllabification: Ry·der Cup
Pronunciation: /ˈrīdər ˌkəp
 
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  • A golf tournament held every two years and played between teams of male professionals from the US and Europe (originally Great Britain), first held in 1927.

Origin

so named because the trophy was donated by Samuel Ryder (1859–1936), English seed merchant.

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