Well, the biennial Ryder Cup is in the books and Team USA failed to retain the Cup again losing on European soil.

From the standpoint of equipment endorsements, the 24 players are fairly evenly split between the major manufacturers. The drivers and balls in play as always were TaylorMade and Titleist dominated with 15 of the competitors teeing up Titleist Pro V1/Pro V1x balls and 10 playing a TaylorMade model driver.

Team USA:
Callaway: Mickelson
Cobra: DeChambeau, Fowler
Ping: Finau, Watson
TaylorMade: Johnson, Woods
Titleist: Simpson, Spieth, Thomas
Free agents: Koepka, Reed

Team Europe:
Callaway: Garcia, Stenson, Noren
Ping: Hatton
TaylorMade: McIlroy, Rahm, Rose
Titleist: Poulter
Free agents: Casey, Fleetwood, Molinari, Olesen

Drivers Team USA:
Callaway Rogue Sub Zero: Mickelson
Cobra F8+: DeChambeau, Fowler
Ping G400 Max: Finau
Ping G400 LST: Reed, Watson
TaylorMade M3: Koepka, Woods
TaylorMade M4: Johnson
Titleist TS3: Simpson, Thomas
Titleist 915 D2: Spieth

Drivers Team Europe:
Callaway Rogue: Stenson
Callaway Rogue Sub Zero: Garcia, Noren
Ping G400: Hatton
TaylorMade M1: Olesen
TaylorMade M3: Casey, McIlroy, Rose
TaylorMade M4: Fleetwood, Molinari, Rahm
Titleist TS3: Poulter

Golf Balls Team USA:
Bridgestone Tour BX/Tour BX S: DeChambeau, Woods
Callaway Chrome Soft X: Mickelson
TaylorMade TP5x: Johnson
Titleist Pro V1/ Pro V1x: Finau, Fowler, Koepka, Reed, Simpson, Spieth, Thomas, Watson

Golf Balls Team Europe:
Callaway Chrome Soft X: Garcia, Noren
TaylorMade TP5/TP5x: McIlroy, Rose, Rahm
Titleist Pro V1/Pro V1x: Casey, Fleetwood, Hatton, Molinari, Olesen, Poulter, Stenson

In Case Anyone Should Ask:

Driver vs. Driver: Wilson Golf will select its next model driver with the second season of Driver vs. Driver airing on the Golf Channel starting Oct. 2. Fourteen club designers will vie for a $250,000 cash prize which will be at retail the day after the final episode on Nov. 13. Two years ago, the original Driver vs. Driver winning design was the Triton model which did not achieve the acceptance by golfers Wilson was looking for though designer Eric Sillies did take home $500,000.