New Event Update: The 2020 Ryder Cup is to be postponed until 2021 due to growing concerns about the corona-virus and America’s state of affairs. Read more about it here. Contact us if you need your booking rearranged or wish to attend the 2021 event.
The Ryder Cup, most revered of all team golf events, will take place at Whistling Straits golf course in Wisconsin, USA. Designed by the late Pete Dye, the Whistling Straits golf course at Kohler, Wisconsin, is a tantalizing beast. Over 100 bunkers litter the course, and the winds off Lake Michigan give the course a Scottish or Irish feel like the traditional links courses of the United Kingdom. The 2021 Ryder Cup is one of golf’s most entertaining events, held every two years between Europe (Blue team), and the USA (Red team).
The Straits Golf Course at Whistling Straits plays like a Scottish links course with tight fescue-lined fairways and numerous protective bunkers. Howling winds often rustle the tufts on knolls, while Pete Dye’s characteristic undulations are evident on just about every corner. Read more about the Straits Course here.
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Occurring over three days, The Ryder Cup has 28 matches in total. Friday and Saturday consist of Fourball and Foursome matches, while Sunday is for singles matches. Carefully selected teams from both sides of the Atlantic will contend for the highly coveted Ryder Cup. Drama, exhilaration, incredible golf and team camaraderie provides The Ryder Cup with a weekend filled with ultimate fun.
Tuesday 21 September: Practice day 1
Wednesday 22 September: Practice day 2
Thursday 23 September: Final Practice day and Opening Ceremony
Friday 24 September, Day 1: foursome (alternate shot) matches and 4 x fourball (better ball) matches
Saturday 25 September, Day 2: 4 foursome matches and 4 x fourball matches
Sunday 26 September, Day 3: 12 singles matches
The tournament started: 1927
Format: USA v Europe, match play
Trophy: The Ryder Cup
Current champions: Team Europe won in 2018 with Thomas Bjorn captaining the side at Le Golf National, France
Most appearances: 11 (Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson)
Most points: 25 (Nick Faldo)
Most singles points won: 7 (Colin Montgomerie, Billy Casper, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Neil Coles)
Youngest player: 19 years, 258 days (Sergio Garcia)
Oldest player: 51 years, 20 days (Raymond Floyd)
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