“You outdo what they can do. You out drive them. You outperform them. You wear them down with excellence. You beat them.”

The Ryder Cup is only days away and the pressure is mounting on those who will represent Team USA in front of a partisan audience in Wisconsin, and Team USA with a strong Irish tinge through the captaincy of Padraig Harrington and with Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy as key members of the team.

All the action will be shown live on Sky Sports from Whistling Straits on Friday through Sunday. If you are not a subscriber you can access the coverage through a Now TV Pass with an offer at the moment to get one month’s contract-free access for only €10.

Wisconsin is six hours behind Irish time and the start times for the matches on each of the three days are as follows:

Friday 24th September

Eight matches across two formats of foursomes followed by fourballs

Foursome tee times: 1.05 pm, 1.21 pm, 1.37 pm, 1.53 pm
Fourball tee times: 6.10 pm, 6.26 pm, 6.42 pm, 6.58 pm

Saturday 25th September

Eight matches with the reverse format to Friday

Foursome tee times: 1.05 pm, 1.21 pm, 1.37 pm, 1.53 pm
Fourball tee times: 6.10 pm, 6.26 pm, 6.42 pm, 6.58 pm

Sunday 26th September

Twelve singles matches where every member of both teams is in action in one to one matchplay.

Singles tee times: 5.04 pm to 7.05 pm at 11-minute intervals

The ‘board’ will swing from red to blue throughout the three days of action and it is one of the most enthralling sporting tournaments to watch.

It will be coming to Ireland in 2027 at Adare Manor but for now, we watch from afar.

Today’s daily Video above is the motivational video played to Team Europe just before they won against the odds in 2018.

 

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