After an extra year’s wait, the 43rd edition of the Ryder Cup will finally tee off at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. Team Europe will go head to head with Team USA once again, with the former keen to retain their title.
In fact, Europe has won four of the last five editions of Ryder Cup events, but they face a stiff challenge from an American side desperate for revenge.
To put the challenge into perspective, Steve Stricker’s men boast an impressive eight Americans currently inside the world’s top 10, compared to just the one from Europe.
However, Europe’s solitary top 10 player is world number one No 1 Jon Rahm, who’s coming off an incredible year following his triumph at the US Open.
Team captain Padriag Harrington will be hoping the Spaniard’s great form as well as the experience from the likes of four-time major winner Rory McIlroy can guide their team to a monumental win.
Fans will be able to catch all the action on Sky Sports, starting this Friday and finishing on Sunday.
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These are all the times you need to make sure you don’t miss any of the pulsating action.
When will every match start at the Ryder Cup? – All tee times in UK (Wisconsin is six hours behind)
Friday foursomes – Tee Times
Match 1: 1.05pm
Match 2: 1.21pm
Match 3: 1.37pm
Match 4: 1.53pm
Friday fourballs – Tee Times
Match 1: 6.10pm
Match 2: 6.26pm
Match 3: 6.42pm
Match 4: 6.58pm