The Ryder Cup is one of golfs great events. Experience the next edition with Events Travel in 2020 at Whistling Straits.
The Ryder Cup is a biennial men’s golf competition between USA and Europe and was formed in 1927. The 2020 Ryder Cup is the 43rd edition and will be held at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin, USA, on the shores of Lake Michigan.
The Ryder Cup is a unique golf tournament where two teams of 12, chosen by team Captains, compete in three different matches over one weekend in September to determine the winning team. It’s not your typical golf event and the camaraderie makes for an excellent and thrilling atmosphere.
As an Authorised Provider of 2018 Ryder Cup Packages, we helped fans travel to the event held at Le Golf National in Paris and are looking forward to helping you experience the next edition of the Ryder Cup in the USA. Lake Michigan presents an excellent travel opportunity and will be a first-time destination for many with easy access to other parts of the USA and North America to complete your trip; whether it’s for business, leisure or both. We will be providing Official Ryder Cup Packages with tickets, hospitality, hotels and other travel services including play golf experiences, so please stay tuned!
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Whistling Straits is arguably one of the finest golf courses in the United States. Having hosted the 2004, 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships and the 2007 US Senior Open, Whistling Straits has the pedigree, experience and stunning setting to ensure the 2020 Ryder Cup is one of the biggest yet.
The club, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, is home to two courses designed by Pete Dye and rank among the countries very best, The Straits course (Ryder Cup course) and The Irish course. Both courses take inspiration from traditional Irish links courses and feature terrain that is windswept, open and rugged with big dunes and bunkers that make for challenging play and fantastic viewing.
Ryder Cup Fast Facts
Tournament started: 1927
Format: USA v Europe, match play
Trophy: The Ryder Cup
Current champions: TBC for 2018
Most appearances: 11 (Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson)
Most points: 25 (Nick Faldo)
Most singles points won: 7 (Colin Montgomerie, Billy Casper, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Neil Coles)
Youngest player: 19 years, 258 days (Sergio Garcia)
Oldest player: 51 years, 20 days (Raymond Floyd)
Ryder Cup Schedule and Format (subject to change)
Tuesday 22 Sep: Practice day 1
Wednesday 23 Sep: Practice day 2
Thursday 24 Sep: Final Practice day and Opening Ceremony
Friday 25 Sep, Day 1: foursome (alternate shot) matches and 4 fourball (better ball) matches
Saturday 26 Sep, Day 2: 4 foursome matches and 4 fourball matches
Sunday 27 Sep, Day 3: 12 singles matches