Your 2021 Ryder Cup experience can be found right here at PRIMESPORT, Official Ryder Cup Ticket Exchange and Travel Package Provider of the PGA of America. With access to official Ryder Cup tickets, area hotel accommodations, exclusive hospitality events, daily course transportation, and much more, there’s no better way to enjoy Whistling Straits for this historic event. Choose from a variety of package offerings, including Silver or Gold levels for opening matches, weekend matches, or all matches, as well as Europe or USA fan experiences. Make your plans today to be a part of the greatest competition in all of golf!
Official Hotel Travel Packages for the 2021 Ryder Cup
If you’re looking for a more complete experience in Kohler, PRIMESPORT’s Ryder Cup packages are the way to go. Travel packages for the 2021 Ryder Cup can include hotel accommodations, daily grounds passes, transportation to the course each day, official souvenirs, and staff on-site to assist. Current offerings begin with check-in dates on Wednesday, September 23, and end with check-out dates on Monday, September 28, with a variety of shorter stays to fit your exact Ryder Cup travel needs. We will also have options for rounds of golf in the Kohler area, premium experiences at Whistling Straits, and more.
2021 Ryder Cup Ticket Exchange
The 2021 Ryder Cup Ticket Exchange will launch after PGA of America’s Random Draw Process has been completed. The Official Ticket Exchange for the 43rd Ryder Cup is hosted by PRIMESPORT and backed by the Ryder Cup and PGA of America. This official marketplace for buying and selling tickets to the 2021 Ryder Cup at The Straits at Whistling Straits provides a reputable and secure location to do business. The 2021 Ryder Cup Ticket Exchange protects both buyers and sellers, and PRIMESPORT’s partnership with the PGA of America and Ryder Cup ensures all confirmed transactions are guaranteed.
Where is the 2021 Ryder Cup?
Rotating between the United States and Europe every two years, the 2021 competition reverts back to the USA. The 43rd Ryder Cup will be hosted at The Straits Course at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin. This links-style course on the banks of Lake Michigan is no stranger to major-caliber golf tournaments, having previously hosted three PGA Championships (2004, 2010, 2015) and a U.S. Senior Open (2007).
When is the 2021 Ryder Cup?
Historically scheduled in mid to late September or early October, the 2021 Ryder Cup will take place from Friday, September 25 to Sunday, September 27, with a practice round on Thursday, September 24. If formatting holds from the previous events, the 43rd Ryder Cup schedule Day 1 on Friday will include 4 matches of foursome play (partners alternating shots) and 4 matches of fourball play (partners, best score), Day 2 on Saturday will be a repeat of the same setup as Friday, and Day 3 on Sunday will be a full head to head competition with 12 singles matches.
Who is playing in the 2021 Ryder Cup?
The intercontinental match plays golf competition between Team USA and the Europe Team consists of two rosters of twelve golfers. The USA Team is comprised of the top eight automatic qualifiers from the Ryder Cup points list and four captain’s choices to round out the squad. The Europe Team pairs the top four from both the Race to Dubai and World Points lists with four captain’s choices as well. Rosters for the 43rd Ryder Cup on The Straits at Whistling Straits are not finalized until just a couple of weeks prior to the competition when the captain’s picks are made, however, the automatic qualifiers based on points will be known to golf fans a few weeks before that. It is then up to the captains of each team (with the help of their vice-captains) to populate their lineup each match, leading the to 2021 Ryder Cup pairings each day. The Ryder Cup captains were announced earlier this year as Steve Stricker for the USA Team and Pádraig Harrington for the Europe Team.
Fan Information for the 43rd Ryder Cup
Although the USA Team holds a fairly sizable lead (26 wins in 41 matches) in the overall Ryder Cup standings since the match play event began in 1927, the Europe Team maintains a slight advantage since 1979 (10 wins in 19) as well as a dominant stretch recently (8 out of 11).
The 2022 Ryder Cup will travel back across the Atlantic (and once again to the European mainland) to Rome, Italy where the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club will play host to the event. Historic Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York will add to its impressive golf competition resume when the 2024 Ryder Cup returns to the United States.
History of the Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup is a men’s golf competition held between teams from the United States and Europe. The cup is named after the Englishman who donated it to the event, Samuel Ryder. The first official Ryder Cup was held at Worcester Country Club in Worcester, Massachusetts in June of 1927, a decisive U.S. victory. For the next four Ryder Cups the host team won every time until the U.S. finally broke through in 1937 and won in Southport, England. Since then both sides have had stretches of dominance and every two years the competition grows fiercer. The Ryder Cup has seen contests between some the greatest in the game of golf, including Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods.