Golf this week: All fairways lead to Rome

Golf this week: All fairways lead to Rome

Europe – America
44th Ryder Cup Matches
Information: September 29 – October 1, 2023
Pan: Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome, Lazio (ITA)
Affiliate: 71
Length: 6,565 meters. During this spring’s Italian Open, the course was 6,633 meters long. Course and hole descriptions.
Prize Amount: Nothing
Official Website:
Live Score: Via the Ryder Cup website from 7.35am on Friday
Television: Live every day exclusively at Ziggo Sport Golf. The official opening and announcement of the four on Friday morning will take place on Thursday evening from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Friday and Saturday from 7:00 a.m. – about 7:30 p.m. Sunday 11:15 am to 6:30 pm
European team: Posted: Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Matt Fitzpatrick, Tyrell Hutton, Victor Howland, Robert McIntyre
selected: Ludwig Aberg. Tommy Fleetwood, Nikolai Højgaard, Shane Lowry, Justin Rose, Sep Straka
Team USA: Posted: Patrick Cantley, Wyndham Clark, Brian Harman, Max Homa, Xander Schaffel, Scotty Scheffler
Selected: Sam Burns, Rickie Fowler, Brooks Koepka, Colin Morikawa, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas
Dutch: Fourteen European countries were represented during the previous and this tournament, but our country was not in that impressive list.
Winners in 2021: America
The last five winners were: 2021 – America, 2018 – Europe, 2016 – America, 2014 – Europe, 2012 – Europe
Next Rider Cup: 2025 – Bethpage State Park, New York
Features: The US last won on European soil in 1993 at The Belfry near Birmingham. It was also the last time a European captain – then Bernard Gallacher – decided to start with four on Days 1 and 2.
Luke Donald has also opted to start with four for this week’s match. The superstitious predict a new European defeat.
British bookmakers Have at least nNot much faith in the European team 24 months ago they were humiliated 19 – 9 at the Straits of Whistle. It was the biggest win since the switch to 28 matches in 1979.
This brings us straight to the table: Four fours and four four balls on Friday. On Saturday and twelve singles on Sunday.
The team that scores 14.5 or more points wins the Ryder Cup. With a tie of 14 – 14, the USA retained the minor gold trophy.
Why did America like it?. Well, Team USA has always been the favorite since the first Ryder Cup in 1927.
USA won 27 out of 43 matches. In 1969 and 1989, Europe drew the best fourteen times and twice.
In 1979, the balance of power shifted after British and Irish players were reluctantly accepted into the team.
In 21 encounters The ‘new style’ conquered the Old World eleven, of which from the beginning of the seventh century.
The truth is, it was always very exciting. During the period 1927 – 1977, the US scored 268.5 party points against 155.5 for the GB&I. After 1979, Europe reached 295.5 points and Team USA 292.5 points.
Americans There are six players out of the top 10 in the world rankings this week. Rickie Fowler is ranked as low as 35th.
Europe produces four top 10 players, but fewer than five men are ranked lower in the world than Fowler.
Captain Zach Johnson has six players from the squad that mined Europe in 2021. That has a lot to do with the arrival of the LIV tour. Only Brooks Koepka nearly grabbed enough points to qualify. He received a wild card from Zach Johnson.
Europe He plays with seven members of the 2021 team. Sergio Garcia is the only LIV golfer to receive a wild card under normal circumstances. He tried to control things by wanting to pay a fine of almost one million, but he is no longer a member of the DP Word Tour.
(Why does Coigba participate with the Americans? In the US you only need to be a member of the PGA of America, not the PGA Tour).
To Marco Simone The last three Italian Opens have been played. In 2021, Nikolaj Hajgaard won at the age of thirteen – one stroke ahead of Adrian Mering and Diomi Fleetwood. Robert McIntyre is the best in 2022 with -14. He won a play-off with Matt Fitzpatrick.
This year’s win went to Adrian Merong. He had a total of -13, one stroke better than Romain Langescu. The Frenchman set a new course record on Day 3 with a 62 (seven birdies and an eagle).
The length was 6,633 meters during the Italian Open – this week it is 6,565 meters. Seventeen holes are the same length, but the par-4 fifth is shortened: from 344 to 276 meters.
Start times. Friday and Saturday: Quartet – 7:35, 7:50, 8:05, 8:20. Four balls – 12:25, 12:40, 12:55, 1:10.
Sunday: Singles – 11:35, 11:47, 11:59, 12:11, 12:23, 12:35, 12:47, 12:59, 1:11, 1:23, 1:35 and 1:47 .
Sun up, not down: 7:05 a.m. and 6:54 p.m. 6:36 am to 7:20 pm is ‘playable daylight’.
Weather forecast: Sunny, 28 degrees in the afternoon and light winds, varying from northeast to southwest

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