Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup 2021

Ryder Cup 2021 is finally here and we have all of the key information you need to know for the highly competitive golf tournament. 

The competition is played every two years, but due to the unforeseen pandemic throughout 2020, the tournament got delayed and is now commencing in 2021. 

Several of the top golfing stars from both Europe and the USA come together to take part in an exciting event for fans to enjoy.

Who won the last Ryder Cup?

Team Europe defeated Team USA in the last Ryder Cup back in 2018, with the winning point secured by Francesco Molinari for a final score of 17.5 - 10.5.

Who has won the most Ryder Cups?

Team USA has been the more successful outfit over the years, winning the Ryder Cup 26 times, while Team Europe have only managed to win the competition on 14 occasions.

Here is everything you need to know about Ryder Cup 2021:

Dates

Ryder Cup 2021 will start on Friday 24th September 2021 and conclude on Sunday 26th September 2021, making this a three-day tournament for fans to enjoy.

Where is the Ryder Cup 2021 being played?

The tournament is located at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin.

Teams 

Here is a list of the teams for both Europe and the USA after we had confirmation of who will tee it up at Whistling Straits:

Team Europe: Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Viktor Hovland, Paul Casey, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Matt Fitzpatrick, Lee Westwood, Bernd Wiesberger, Sergio Garcia, Shane Lowry, Ian Poulter

Team USA: Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Cantlay, Collin Morikawa, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Tony Finau, Xander Schauffele, Harris English, Daniel Berger, Scottie Scheffler

UK Tee Times / Schedule

Here is a scheduled list of the UK Tee Times for each day of the Ryder Cup 2021 tournament:

Friday 24th September

  • Foursome tee times: 1.05pm, 1.21pm, 1.37pm, 1.53pm
  • Fourball tee times: 6.10pm, 6.26pm, 6.42pm, 6.58pm


(Play will end at around 12.30am)

Saturday 25th September

  • Foursome tee times: 1.05pm, 1.21pm, 1.37pm, 1.53pm
  • Fourball tee times: 6.10pm, 6.26pm, 6.42pm, 6.58pm


(Play will end at around 12.30am)

Sunday 26th September

  • Singles tee times: 5.04pm to 7.05pm: 11-minute intervals


(Play will end at around 10.55pm)

How to watch the Ryder Cup 2021 in the UK

If you are from the UK, you can watch all of the action live on Sky Sports with a dedicated golf channel for the coverage.

If you are unavailable to watch the event live, you can catch up with all of the highlights from each day on BBC Two. 

You can find all of the latest golf news right here at GiveMeSport.

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