Ryder Cup 2021 LIVE: Follow all the latest from Whistling Straits


Team USA rookie Harris English heads to Whistling Straits this week for his very first Ryder Cup appearance, however it is his caddie Eric Larson who is stealing plenty of the headlines after his astonishing past was uncovered.

Ahead of the Ryder Cup, it has been revealed that Larson had previously spent ten years locked up in prison, after he was arrested in 2005 for dealing cocaine across state lines.

Larson was then sentenced to 13 years behind bars – but only served 10 – while he was fined £20,000 and ordered to serve five years probation following his release.

What’s more, the now Ryder Cup caddie spent his jail time with one of America’s most recognised criminals in Jordan Belfort – also known as the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’.

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