Team Golf at its Finest
The Ryder Cup is golf’s pre-eminent event, biennially bringing together 12-member teams from the U.S. and Europe, and where patriotism and national pride take center stage for a worldwide audience. This match-play event is played in five sessions over three days, and consists of two days of four-ball and foursome matches, and one day of singles matches.
Spanning 91 years and now 42 competitions, the Ryder Cup is among the last great professional sporting events where winning, and not prize money, is the reward.
The 43rd Ryder Cup, scheduled for September 21-26, will take place at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin.
Join the Conversation
As PGA Members, you offer unique and valuable insight on what there is to learn when the Ryder Cup is happening. We encourage you to share your best practices and experiences with us. Follow along with all the action and join the conversation here.
Merchandise & Discounts
Take a look at the Ryder Cup merchandise deals and discounts specifically for PGA Members.
Where to Watch
Buckle up for wall-to-wall coverage of the 43rd Ryder Cup. Click here to see where, when and how to watch.
Be sure to take advantage of the 43rd Ryder Cup complimentary tickets offered by the PGA of America. Click here to learn more.
If you are attending the 2020 Ryder Cup make sure to stop by the PGA Member Chalet. The chalet is a climate controlled 200+ person structure on the west side of the practice range. Outdoors the chalet has a deck and indoors there is seating, TVs, restrooms and complimentary soda, water and Gatorade. All other food and beverage is discounted compared to the other concession stands.
The ticket you get at the gate will allow access for you per the PGA's complimentary access policy. Everyone volunteering has a credential that provides access.