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Ryder Cup odds – Get the Best Odds at Ryder Cup

Who wins the Ryder Cup 2021?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
    Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
U.S.A.1.731.66
Europe2.502.38
Tie13.0012.00
Bet365Unibet
1.661.73
2.502.38
12.0013.00

The Ryder Cup 2021

The Ryder Cup, which is considered the Ashes Cup of Golf, is a big rivalry match between male professional golfers of two continents; Europe and America. Without any doubt, The Ryder Cup is the best Match Play tournament in the world, and surprisingly professional golfers get no prize money while playing this tournament. The Presidents Cup also has the same format and no money where North American Content competes against the rest of the world. The Ryder Cup is played every two years, but this time, due to Corona Virus, the 2020 edition has been canceled, and the match will be played with a gap of three years. Now, The Ryder Cup will be played 24 September 2021 to 26 September 2021 at Whistling Straits Golf Course, Wisconsin, USA.

Ryder Cup - Now a three days tournament Fri to Sun - has its roots interlinked with The Open tournament, in 1921 when Europe was leading in the race of winning The Open Championship, American players and golf association insisted for a match before The British Open for a better practice.This request was accepted, and hence Ryder Cup was started. But 1927 is officially considered as its inaugural year. It is named after the main sponsor Samuel Ryder. At that time, it was between the USA and GB only. After World War II, the USA was the country with most wins in the contest until 1979. Jack Nicklaus suggested including other European countries with the British side to have a more competitive tournament. Since then, Europe is ahead with 11-8 with one tie in total 20 tournaments. Sometimes The Ryder Cup surpasses all the Majors due to its hype and intensity. Usually, an excessive and ill-mannered celebration is seen after a putt-in or pin attack by a player. Continue public cheering and chanting throughout the tournament is another factor in its intensity. Players of each side do not miss a chance to ask the audience for doing justice to their countryman/continent-man after each point is taken.

In 2018 the 42nd edition of The Ryder Cup held in Guyancourt, France, in Le Golf National Golf Course. US team was out-holed by Europeans. Italian professional Francesco Molinari was the tournament player who backed his selection when captain allowed him to play five matches, and he won all. Francesco won The Open 2018 edition, the only major on his resume. He has also won World Cup for Italy and his brother Edoardo Molinari in 2009.

On Friday and Saturday, there will be foursome in the morning and fourball afternoon. Only those players will be playing who would be selected by their captain in the first two days. Foursome - Alternate shots, one player will tee off all the even holes another one all the odd ones - the game will be played in the morning and Fourball - also known as Best Ball - afternoon. The final day is a single match where 24 participants- 12 each side - will play. The captain does not play in Ryder Cup at all. He is the one to mentor his team and choose players for day one and day two. Pádraig Harrington will be leading the European side while Steve Stricker will be captain of the American side in 2021.