Ryder Cup 2021 LIVE: Stream, TV channel, UK start times as countdown on at Whistling Straits – latest updates
22nd September 2021

GET ready for drama – the 2021 Ryder Cup is almost here.

Golf's greatest grudge-match gets underway on Friday at Whistling Straits, with Team USA looking to win back the trophy from Europe.

Originally slated for last year, the bi-annual event pits the best golfers from either side of the pond against each other.

Over the course of three pulsating days, thousands of fans will take to the fairways to cheers on their heroes.

The teams are confirmed, the stage is set – now it's over to the players to provide another memorable tournament.

  • Ryder Cup dates: Friday, September 24 to Sunday, September 26
  • UK start time: 12.45pm BST
  • UK TV channel/live stream: Sky Sports Ryder Cup/NOW TV
  • US TV channel: NBC

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  • Giacomo Pisa

    COURSE GUIDE

    Here's a look at the course at Whistling Straits – the venue for this year's Ryder Cup.

    It's the first time the course has hosted a major tournament since the 2015 PGA Championship.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    THE TEAMS

    Here's a look at the full teams ahead of the 2021 Ryder Cup.

    For Team Europe Viktor Hovland, Shane Lowry and Bernd Wiesberger make their Ryder Cup debuts.

    Meanwhile Team USA's Ryder Cup debutants are Collin Morikawa, Xander Schaufelle, Patrick Cantlay, Harris English, Scottie Scheffler AND Daniel Berger.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    RYDER CUP COUNTDOWN

    Golf's very own grudge match between USA and Europe is back THIS WEEKEND.

    SunSport will be keeping you up-to-date with all the build-up to the action at Whistling Straits, which begins on Friday.

    It was originally supposed to be played between September 25 to 27 in 2020 but the coronavirus pandemic halted those plans.

    Europe are looking to retain the title they won back in 2018, led by captain Padraig Harrington.

    Steve Stricker captains team USA, who will be without Tiger Woods and Phil Mickleson.

    Francesco Molinari and Justin Rose are the big names from Europe to miss out, but both teams are still packed full of golf's hottest talents.

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