The Ryder Cup is laced with spice in 2023 as Team Europe and Team USA prepare to battle for the ultimate prize in golf once again.


Team USA boast bragging rights after wiping the floor with their European counterparts in 2021. The 19-9 margin of victory was the widest since the modern format was introduced in 1979.

Captains Luke Donald and Zach Johnson have selected their troops for battle, with more than an ounce of tension hanging in the air following the tumultuous period for golf since the last edition.

The PGA Tour versus LIV Golf turbulence led to Henrik Stenson being stripped of his Team Europe captaincy after departing the former for the latter.

Stenson, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Sergio Garcia – all stalwarts of Team Europe – are not included in the team after forgoing their DP World Tour membership, a prerequisite for being part of the team.

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Seven of the last eight editions have been won by the host nation, a run stretching back to 2004. Europe's 2012 victory at Medinah was the last time a visiting side clinched victory. brings you all the dates you need to know for the Ryder Cup 2023.

When is the Ryder Cup 2023?

The Ryder Cup 2023 will begin on Friday 29th September and run until Sunday 1st October.

Practice days will be held in Rome between Tuesday 26th and Thursday 28th September to help players acclimatise to their surroundings before the intense competition begins.

Ryder Cup 2023 schedule

Friday 29th September

Round 1 – From 6am and 12pm on Sky Sports Golf / Main Event

Thursday 30th September

Round 2 – From 6am and 12pm on Sky Sports Golf / Main Event

Sunday 1st October

Round 3 – From 6am and 12pm on Sky Sports Golf / Main Event

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