Ryder Cup 2021: Find out when and how to watch the final day of action at the Ryder Cup 2021 live from Whistling Straits.
The 2020 Ryder Cup, taking place in 2021, starts on Friday and NBC Sports has you covered with all you need to know including how to watch, the full and daily schedule, start times, dates, live updates, and more. Keep reading to find out which TV and live streaming options are available to watch the Ryder Cup.
Serving as the host is a beautiful Whistling Straits course in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with some links characteristics that should excite the European team. They will need whatever help they can get Saturday.
Europe entered as significant underdogs to the United States, and that gulf only grew further after the Americans put on a show with a 9-3 entering the fourth session Saturday afternoon. Though the U.S. is just 2-7 in Ryder Cups since the turn of the century, it is looking to win it’s second straight on home soil.
This one is going to be a barn-burner from start to finish. So go ahead and brush up on the Ryder Cup format along with the scoring and rules procedures as the event continues Saturday. If this Ryder Cup is anything like the last one held in the United States at Hazeltine in 2016, it’s going to be a ton of fun with plenty of Cheeseheads having a blast in Wisconsin.
The 43rd Ryder Cup will air across NBC, GOLF Channel, Peacock, and RyderCup.com from Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26 from Whistling Straits Golf Club in Kohler, Wisconsin. All live coverage on NBC and GOLF Channel will simul-stream on Peacock Premium and RyderCup.com.
Day 3: Sunday, September 26 live streams, TV info
Time: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm ET
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: Peacock, RyderCup.com
For the Americans, Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, and Collin Morikawa have 100% records, while every player has got on the scoreboard. To describe it as one-sided would be an understatement.
But the Europeans still have some hope: in 2012, the USA led 10-4 going into the final day, but somehow ended up losing. The gap is even bigger here, but anything is possible in matchplay golf.