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2023 Ryder Cup Betting Odds, Tee Times, Pairings, Schedule & Course

In this post you can find the 2023 Ryder Cup odds as we breakdown everything you need to know ahead of all the action from Rome.

The Ryder Cup is a golf tournament contested every two years between the best golfers from the USA and Europe. The event is known for having the best atmosphere in golf. It is unlike anything we see on a week-to-week basis on the PGA or DP World Tour.

2023 Ryder Cup Odds

2023 Ryder Cup Odds
Outright Odds
Team Odds Chance
Europe 10/11 52.4%
USA 6/5 45.5%
Tie 11/1 8.3%
To Lift The Trophy Odds
Team Odds Chance
Europe 10/11 52.4%
USA 10/11 52.4%

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2023 Ryder Cup Info

When is the Ryder Cup?

The Ryder Cup will begin at 7.35am, Friday, September 29th. There will then be three days of golf played with the 2023 Ryder Cup ending Sunday afternoon, October 1st.

Where is the Ryder Cup?

The 2023  Ryder Cup will be held at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club, a Par 72 Course which has previously hosted the 1994 and 2021 Italian Open.

The bidding process for the 44th edition of the Ryder Cup opened on 23 June 2014. On 14 December 2015, Rome was announced as the host of the 44th Ryder Cup for the first time. Italy beat Germany, Austria and Spain to win the bid.

What Channel Is the Ryder Cup 2023 On?

You can watch the 2023 Ryder Cup on Sky Sports Ryder Cup and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK and Ireland.

Who Won The Last Ryder Cup?

The United States won the 2021 Ryder Cup despite fielding the youngest team in its history. They regained the Ryder Cup with a record 19–9 victory. This was the largest margin of victory in a Ryder Cup in the Team Europe era.

How much do the winners of the Ryder Cup receive?

Players are not compensated for participating in the Ryder Cup, even if they compete on the winning team.

However, they may receive money in another way with The PGA of America reportedly giving each player on Team USA $200,000 for charity, half going to an organisation of the players choosing and half going to the Boys & Girls Club of America, the Drive, Chip, & Putt Championship, and the PGA Junior League.

2023 Ryder Cup Teams

Team Europe


Luke Donald (England)


Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)

Jon Rahm (Spain)

Viktor Hovland (Norway)

Tyrrell Hatton (England)

Matt Fitzpatrick (England)

Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)

Tommy Fleetwood (England)

Sepp Straka (Austria)

Shane Lowry (Ireland)

Justin Rose (England)

Nicolai Højgaard (Denmark)

Ludvig Aberg (Sweden)

Vice Captains

Thomas Bjørn (Denmark)

Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)

Edoardo Molinari (Italy)

Francesco Molinari (Italy)

José María Olazábal (Spain)

Team USA


Zach Johnson


Scottie Scheffler

Wyndham Clark

Brian Harman

Patrick Cantlay

Max Homa

Xander Schauffele

Brooks Koepka

Jordan Spieth

Collin Morikawa

Sam Burns

Rickie Fowler

Justin Thomas

Vice Captains

Steve Stricker

Davis Love III

Jim Furyk

Fred Couples

Stewart Cink

Ryder Cup Schedule


Four morning foursome matches. Tee times 7.35am – 8.20am

Four afternoon four-ball matches. Tee times 12.25pm – 1.10pm


Four morning foursome matches. Tee times 7.35am – 8.20am

Four afternoon four-ball matches. Tee times 12.25pm – 1.10pm


Twelve singles matches. First tee time at 11.35am.

Ryder Cup Tee Times & Pairings


2023 Ryder Cup Tee Times & Pairings

Friday Foursomes

Match Tee Time Europe USA
1 7.35am Jon Rahm / Tyrrell Hatton Scottie Scheffler / Sam Burns
2 7.50am Viktor Hovland / Ludvig Aberg Max Homa / Brian Harman
3 8.05am Shane Lowry / Sepp Straka Rickie Fowler / Collin Morikawa
4 8.20am Rory McIlroy / Tommy Fleetwood Xander Schauffele / Patrick Cantlay

Ryder Cup Previous Winners

Originally the Ryder Cup was contested between the USA and Great Britain & Ireland. In 1979 the Great Britain & Ireland team became Team Europe.

In the Team Europe era there have been 21 Ryder Cups played.

Europe have won 11 Ryder Cups, the USA have won 9 Ryder Cups and there has been one tie.

Ryder Cup Winners

Year Winner Score Course
2021 USA 19-9 Whistling Straits, USA
2018 Europe 17½ – 10½ Le Golf National, France
2016 USA 17-11 Hazeltine, USA
2014 Europe 16½ – 11½  Gleneagles, Scotland
2012 Europe 14½ – 13½  Medinah, USA
2010 Europe 14½ – 13½  Celtic Manor, Wales
2008 USA 16½ – 11½  Valhalla, USA
2006 Europe 18½ – 9½  K Club, Ireland
2004 Europe 18½ – 9½  Oakland Hills, USA
2002 Europe 15½ – 12½  The Belfry, England
1999 USA 14½ – 13½ The Country Club, USA
1997 Europe 14½ – 13½ Valderrama, Spain
1995 Europe 14½ – 13½ Oak Hill, USA
1993 USA 15 – 13 The Belfry, England
1991 USA 14½ – 13½ Kiawah Island, USA
1989 Tie 14 – 14 The Belfry, England
1987 Europe 15 – 13 Muirfield Village, USA
1985 Europe 16½ – 11½ The Belfry, England
1983 USA 14½ – 13½ PGA National, USA
1981 USA 18½ – 9½ Walton Heath, England
1979 USA 17 – 11 The Greenbrier, USA

Since the turn of the millennium Europe have began to dominate the Ryder Cup with 7 victories since 2002.

The USA on the other hand have only won three times since 2002 although they are the defending champions after a dominating victory on home soil in 2021.

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