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The Ryder Cup heads to New York in 2025

The Ryder Cup is globally recognised as the most prestigious men’s team golf tournament of the golfing season. Professional players combine forces to create teams from the United States and Europe. At the Golf Travel Group, we were thrilled to hear that the biennial tournament will be held at the renowned Bethpage Black in New York in 2025.

Everything You Need To Know About The Ryder Cup

  • A Championship Course with Unprecedented Challenges

    The Bethpage Black is a world-class golf course, offering a uniquely challenging game for even the professionals. Whilst the difficulty of the course may be daunting for the elite golfers such as Rory Mcllroy and Ian Poulter, it means that the tournament is bursting with energy and adventure for spectators. At the beginning of the course, a warning sign is visible stating, ‘The Black Course is an extremely difficult course which we recommend only for highly skilled golfers’, gearing spectators up for an exciting game. 

    As one of the world’s most famous and challenging golfing tournaments, the Ryder Cup attracts golfing fanatics from across the globe, ensuring you will meet like-minded golfers who share your passion for the sport.
  • A Historic Course

    Bethpage Black is the ultimate golf course and has hosted golfing legends since as early as 1936 and has been the site of historic golfing tournaments. For example, during the 2002 season, Tiger Woods was the only player out of the game to finish under par, showcasing the difficulty of this course.

    For our keen golfers here at the Golf Travel Group, it is highly recommended to experience the history of this course. We encourage you to contact us today to discuss this opportunity.

  • A Unique Golfing Experience

    The Ryder Cup offers a unique golfing experience, as the tournament is played in teams from the United States and across Europe. Each team consists of 12 professional players, meaning it is likely that you can spectate a selection of your favourite players from across the world. The tournament is run across three days, with each day offering an exciting selection of games:
    • Friday: Spectators can watch four foursome matches played with alternate shots. Secondly, four fourball matches, with each player playing their own ball.
    • On Saturday, four foursome matches (alternate shot) are played and secondly, four fourball matches (each player plays their own ball).
    • Sunday is the finale of the tournament, with 12 single matches.

      This 3-day tournament ensures that the golfing weekend as a spectator is packed with thrills and excitement, with plenty of varied games to watch. 

      The Ryder Cup is uniquely special, and the dedicated team at the Golf Travel Group is eager to assist with your golfing holiday and ensure you don’t miss out!

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