Ryder Cup 2020 Tee Times

Ryder Cup 2020 Tee Times

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What Time is the Ryder Cup on TV in the UK?

Just because I had to double check for myself I thought it might be useful to list the UK Ryder Cup 2020 tee times here. I can’t wait to see the Spanish pair of Jon Rahm and Serio Garcia taking on Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in the opening match this afternoon. That is an incredible opening line up. I will however sorely miss the GOAT, Tiger Woods this weekend. Jon Rahm’s reaction to beating him in the last Ryder Cup will live long in the memory. Strange to think of Jon as a rookie back then and now he’s world number one!

Tiger Woods

Ryder Cup 2020 Tee Times:

Friday 24th September:

Foursomes: 1:05pm, 1:21pm, 1:37pm, 1:53pm

Fourballs: 6:10pm, 6:26pm, 6:42pm, 6:58pm

Saturday 25th September:

Foursomes: 1:05pm, 1:21pm, 1:37pm, 1:53pm

Fourballs: 6:10pm, 6:26pm, 6:42pm, 6:58pm

Sunday 26th September:

First tee 5:04pm and then 11 minute intervals from there until 7:05pm.

Get your Sky Sports rocking and enjoy the weekend! This, and the Masters is my justification for my Sky Sports subscription!

If you don’t have Sky Sports you can watch the highlights on BBC Two and on the BBC iPlayer:

Day 1 Highlights: Saturday 00:05 – 02:05 & 07:10 – 09:10

Day 2 Highlights: Sunday 00:00 – 02:00 & 07:15 – 09:15

Final Day Highlights: Sunday 23:20 – 01:20 & Monday 13:30 – 15:30

Have a great weekend … Let’s hope Bryson and the rest of the American team play as individuals and the magical European team spirit wins out. Come on Europe!

Bye for now!

Rob

Last Updated on 28/02/2023 by Rob Davies

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