Ryder Cup tee times: What's the draw? Who's playing who? When is Tiger Woods teeing off? Who's going to win?

Everything you need to know about the Sunday singles

Ben Burrows
Sunday 30 September 2018 10:57
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Ryder Cup 2018 Day Two: Europe extend their lead

The 2018 Ryder Cup is set to conclude on what could be a dramatic day of golf.

Europe lead 10-6 overnight after another impressive day on Saturday, with the flawless pairing of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari again to the fore. Jordan Spieth turned it on in the afternoon foursomes, however, to give the United States a glimmer of hope.

Thomas Bjorn's men need 14.5 points to win the trophy with the USA requiring eight of the 12 points on offer on Sunday to keep it in their possession.

Here's everything you need to know:

What time does it start?

It all gets underway at 11.05am on Sunday morning with the first of 12 singles matches.

Where can I watch it?

The whole tournament is being broadcast on Sky Sports Golf. You can also stream it online via SkyGo. It is also available on NowTV.

For those without access to any of those The Independent will be live blogging the entire day.

Who's playing?

Some of the very best golfers on the planet. Tiger Woods leads the American team while new world number one Justin Rose is Europe's leading light.

What's the draw and tee times?

  • 11.05am Rory McIlroy vs Justin Thomas
  • 11.17am Paul Casey vs Brooks Koepka
  • 11.29am Justin Rose vs Webb Simpson
  • 11.41am Jon Rahm vs Tiger Woods
  • 11.53am Tommy Fleetwood vs Tony Finau
  • 12.05am Ian Poulter vs Dustin Johnson
  • 12.17pm Thorbjorn Olesen vs Jordan Spieth
  • 12.29pm Sergio Garcia vs Rickie Fowler
  • 12.41pm Francesco Molinari vs Phil Mickelson
  • 12.53pm Tyrrell Hatton vs Patrick Reed
  • 1.05pm Henrik Stenson vs Bubba Watson
  • 1.17pm Alex Noren vs Bryson DeChambeau
It promises to be a dramatic day 

How many points do Europe need?

Europe need 14.5 points to win the trophy with the USA requiring eight of the 12 points on offer on Sunday to keep it in their possession.

Who's going to win?

USA 10/1

Europe 1/6

Draw 14/1

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