It’s been a dream start for the United States at the 2021 Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits Golf Course. The Americans played brilliant team golf in the first four sessions, and take a huge 11-5 lead into the Sunday Singles. With wins of 3-1 & 3-1 in foursomes, and 3-1 & 2-2 in fourball, we might see some champagne popped pretty early in Wisconsin tomorrow.
If not for Jon Rahm, this might already be officially over. The Spaniard and World No. 1 player was 3-0-1 over the first four sessions. The rest of the European team was 1-10-1.
The oddsmakers have had their say as well, and have Team USA as -10000 to win the Ryder Cup. That makes Europe a +4000 underdog, with tie set at +3500. You’ll have to risk $100 to win $1 on America taking back the trophy.
Singles matches will take place Sunday morning, with tee times starting at 12:04 a.m. ET. NBC and NBC’s Peacock streaming service will have full coverage from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday of all 12 matches.
Below is a full list of tee times for Day 3 of the Ryder Cup on Sunday.
Group 1 Rory McIlroy (EUR) wins 3&2 over Xander Schauffele
Group 2 Patrick Cantlay (USA) wins 4&2 over Shane Lowry
Group 3 Scottie Scheffler (USA) wins 4&3 over Jon Rahm
Group 4 Bryson DeChambeau (USA) wins 3&2 over Sergio Garcia
Group 5 Collin Morikawa (USA) draws Viktor Hovland (EUR)
Group 6 Dustin Johnson (USA) wins 1 Up over Paul Casey
Group 7 Brooks Koepka (USA) wins 2&1 over Bernd Wiesberger
Group 8 Ian Poulter (EUR) wins 3&2 over Tony Finau
Group 9 Justin Thomas (USA) wins 4&3 over Tyrrell Hatton
Group 10 Lee Westwood (EUR) wins 1 Up over Harris English
Group 11 Jordan Spieth (USA) draws Tommy Fleetwood (EUR)
Group 12 Daniel Berger (USA) wins 1 Up over Matt Fitzpatrick