Your Cup Runneth Over\nWhat visiting golfers can expect at eight former Ryder Cup venues\nFOR FANS: Lockers for Ryder Cup participants are identified with nameplates and available for guest use. Memorabilia and photographs line the clubhouse hallways. Meeting rooms are U.S.- and Euro-team themed.\nFOR FANS: Video recounting the Cup plays on a loop in the Palmer clubhouse, locker area and guest rooms. Golfers receive a commemorative booklet after their round and often pose with the Ryder Cup plaque in the clubhouse.\nFOR FANS: Ryder Cup Bar overlooks the 18th hole and includes a replica of the Cup. A flag signed by all the competitors is on display in the golf shop. Players' locker room, with more memorabilia, is accessible to the public.\nFOR FANS: The clubhouse features a replica trophy, multiple photos, an original team necktie, rain jacket, program and poster. It also has non-'79 Cup memorabilia, owing to Sam Snead's and Tom Watson's relationship with the resort.\nFOR FANS: Large display near the entrance features "Seve's Corner," with Ballesteros' clubs, including his putter from the '95 Ryder Cup, his last as a player. Cup flags, photos, clothing and other merchandise are for sale.\nFOR FANS: The resort lobby has a hallway commemorating the Cup, with photographs of the teams Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin led and a display recounting Lanny Wadkins' dramatic wedge to the 18th to save the Cup for the United States.\nFOR FANS: The Ryder Cup Lounge features a replica of the trophy and a wall of photographs dedicated to the matches, which starred Snead, Ben Hogan, Jackie Burke, Jimmy Demaret and Lloyd Mangrum.\nFOR FANS: Sam's Bar & Grill is named after Sam Torrance and is packed with memorabilia, including photos, flags, scorecards and a special '93 bag signed by both teams. The course features plaques celebrating legendary shots.