Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Golf Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByChristopher Clarey Sept. 26, 2018 PARIS — The Ryder Cup is finally being staged in France, but no French players will be taking part. Since the Cup began in 1927, this will be the first time in its 42 editions that the host nation will not have a golfer in the competition because none qualified. “It’s a failure, no doubt,” said Pascal Grizot, president of the France 2018 Ryder Cup Committee. But Grizot and those who have spent years preparing for the tournament, which will be held at Le Golf National outside Paris this week, did get quite a surprise consolation prize. That would be Tiger Woods, whose unexpected resurgence this season put him back in the 12-man lineup for the American team as a captain’s pick. Woods was initially set to come to France in a … [Read more...] about The Ryder Cup Is in France, but Where Are the French?