Germany's Martin Kaymer after sinking his putt at the 18th hole to win the Ryder Cup.
The German Golf Federation (DGV) "is reportedly set to renew its attempt to host the Ryder Cup," according to the SID. The DGV "has reportedly requested application material for the Ryder Cup in '22." The federation's "previous bid to host the '18 Ryder Cup failed." DGV President Hans Joachim Nothelfer said, "We are currently in the evaluation phase, but we've announced our interest in hosting the Ryder Cup in 2022." The federation "would have to submit its application" by Feb. 16. A decision on the '22 host "will be made in the fall of '15." Media reports suggested that Hamburg "could be interested in hosting the tournament" (SID, 7/30