The 2021 Ryder Cup is just around the corner as Team Europe eye glory over the USA again at Whistling Straits.
The Europeans romped to victory in Paris in 2018 with Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood among the players starring.
Group Europe lost on their last excursion to the States – at Hazeltine in 2016 – however, will in any case have affectionate recollections of their wonder at Medinah in 2012.
Whistling Straits ought to demonstrate an extreme however stupendous test for the groups and golf fans will be anxiously anticipating the activity particularly after the Ryder Cup was deferred because of the Covid pandemic last year.
Since the four Majors are done for this present year, everyone’s eyes are going to golf’s blockbuster group occasion.
Ryder Cup 2021: Date and start time
The 2021 Ryder Cup will be held at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin.
Whistling Straits plays to a par 72 and is 7,790 yards in length with its four par 5s and four par 3s sure to create plenty of drama.
The 2015 PGA Championship was held there with Australia’s Jason Day claiming Major glory that year.
The Ryder Cup will begin on Friday, September 24, and run until Sunday, September 26.
Start times will be confirmed soon.
Ryder Cup 2021: Teams and format
A total of 28 points are up for grabs at the Ryder Cup with each match worth one.
The competition is held over three days with three different disciplines; the foursomes, the fourballs, and the singles.
Any match that is tied after 18 holes will see both teams earn half a point.
The first team to hit 14½ points will win the Ryder Cup and should the tournament finish 14-14, the team who won the previous edition will retain the trophy.
- Day 1 (Friday): Four foursome matches and four fourball matches
- Day 2 (Saturday): Four foursome matches and four fourball matches
- Day 3 (Sunday): 12 singles matches
The teams will be confirmed in due course with Padraig Harrington named as the European captain and Steve Stricker leading the US team.
The European team will be made up of nine players to qualify by right with a further three captain’s picks.
For the USA, Stricker has decided to go with six picks with the other six making the team by their Ryder Cup points list.
Ryder Cup 2021: How to follow
The action will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf throughout the week.
More information on their coverage will follow.
The best of the action will also be live across the talkSPORT network throughout the week with regular updates on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2.