Ryder Cup 2020 Schedule & TV Coverage Information

Check out Ryder Cup 2020 schedules, TV coverage info. Ryder Cup taking place this year from Friday, September 25 to Sunday, September 27, 2020.

As a serious golf event that happens every two years, “The World Cup of Golf” pits Team USA against Team Europe during a heady mixture of national pride and professional sportsmanship.

Ryder Cup Golf Schedule & TV Coverage

In 2020, it is the USA’s address host the international tournament when the Ryder Cup takes place at Whistling Straits, in Haven, Wisconsin. Meaning Team Europe will have some catching up to try to to at the Wisconsin venue, which is already familiar to a majority of yank players. Can the Americans parlay their advantage and regain the Ryder Cup trophy it lost to the Europeans in 2018?

Ryder Cup Golf Schedule 2020

  • Sept 22: Tuesday Practice Round
  • Sept 23: Wednesday Practice Round
  • Sept 24: Thursday Practice Round
  • Sept 25: Friday Matches (Foursome & Four Ball)
  • Sept 26: Saturday Matches (Foursome & Four Ball)
  • Sept 27: Sunday Singles Matches

Ryder Cup TV Coverage 2020

DATE EVENT TV Channel Time (EST)
Friday Sept. 25 Day 1 matches Golf Channel TBD
Saturday, Sept. 26 Day 2 matches Golf Channel TBD
Day 2 matches NBC TBD
Sunday, Sept. 27 Final Round NBC TBD

The 2020 Ryder Cup is back again on US soil after being played in Paris in 2018. The ’20 Ryder Cup is being played at Whistling Straits golf links in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, which is found on the banks of Lake Michigan and just a brief drive north from Milwaukee.

Related: How to watch Ryder Cup Golf Live Stream

DID YOU KNOW? Ryder Cup Golf Fun Facts

• The Ryder Cup trophy stands 17 inches tall, nine inches wide and weighs four pounds. The Ryder Cup is named after the English businessman Samuel Ryder who donated the trophy.

• The very first Ryder Cup in 1927 was won by Team USA, on their home turf at Worcester Country Club in Massachusetts.

• Throughout most of 20th century Ryder Cup history, American teams were predominant. Between the years of 1935 and 1985, Europe only won the Ryder Cup once.

• There have been six-holes-in ones in Ryder Cup history, only one of these was by an American golfer, Scott Verplank, in 2006.

• The oldest player to make an appearance in the Ryder Cup was Raymond Floyd, at 51 years of age in 1993. The youngest player was Sergio Garcia at 19 years of age, in 1999.

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