When is the 2023 Ryder Cup? Dates, tee times and full schedule for Rome

The Ryder Cup is back and Europe is looking to capitalize on its home advantage as the biennial competition in Rome heads to Italy for the first time.

The United States earned a commanding 19-9 win on home soil in Whistling Straits in 2021 to regain the trophy from Team Europe.

But the U.S. hasn’t won on European soil since 1993, and many of Europe’s best players are peaking at the right time.

After the drama of the Solheim Cup, with Europe going all out to secure a draw and retain the trophy, Luke Donald’s side will be confident this week. Here you will find everything you need to know.

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When and where will the Ryder Cup 2023 take place?

The 2023 Ryder Cup will take place from September 29th to October 1st at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club near Rome, Italy.

How can I see it?

Viewers in the UK can watch the Ryder Cup live on Sky Sports. Subscribers can also stream the event via the Sky Go app.

What is the Ryder Cup schedule?

Tuesday, September 26th – Thursday, September 28th: Practice days with opening ceremony on Thursday evening.

Friday, September 29th: Four foursomes (alternative shot) games in the morning and four foursomes (better ball) games in the afternoon.

Morning plan

6:35 Foursome Match 1

6:50 Foursome Match 2

7:05 Foursome Match 3

7:20 Foursome Match 4

Afternoon schedule

11:25 Fourball game 1

11:40 Fourball Match 2

11:55 Fourball Match 3

12:10 Fourball Match 4

Saturday September 30th: Four foursomes (alternative shot) games in the morning and four foursomes (better ball) games in the afternoon.

Morning plan

7:35 Foursome Match 1

7:50 Foursome Match 2

8:05 Foursome Match 3

8:20 Foursome Match 4

Afternoon schedule

12:25 Fourball game 1

12:40 Fourball Match 2

12:55 Fourball Match 3

13:10 Fourball Match 4

Sunday, October 1st: 12 singles matches before the closing ceremony.

11:35 Sunday singles (12 players tee off every 12 minutes (approx. 5:00 p.m. finish).

The home captain decides which format will be played in the morning and which in the afternoon on the first two days

Who are the captains?

The 2023 Ryder Cup will have two new captains. The United States will be led by Zach Johnson, the two-time major winner and five-time player at the event, while Luke Donald will lead Europe – the Englishman replaced Henrik Stenson in that role after the Swedish player was stripped of the captaincy following his election Join LIV Golf.

Who are the vice captains?

Europe: Thomas Björn, Edoardo Molinari, Nicolas Colsaerts

USA: Steve Stricker, Davis Love III

What are the Ryder Cup teams?

Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)

John Rahm (Spain)

Victor Hovland (Norway)

Tyrrell Hatton (England)

Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)

Matt Fitzpatrick (England)

Tommy Fleetwood (England) – Captain’s selection

Sepp Straka (Austria) – captain selection

Justin Rose (England) – Captain’s selection

Shane Lowry (Ireland) – Captain’s selection

Nicolai Højgaard (Denmark) – captain selection

Ludvig Åberg (Sweden) – captain selection

Scottie Scheffler

Wyndham Clarke

Brian Harman

Patrick Cantlay

Max Homa

Xander Schauffele

Sam Burns – Captain’s selection

Rickie Fowler – Captain’s Pick

Brooks Koepka – Captain’s selection

Collin Moriakawa – Captain selection

Jordan Spieth – Captain selection

Justin Thomas – Captain selection

Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emma@ustimespost.com.

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