Ryder Cup Schedule: Best Ways to Follow All the Action
The Ryder Cup is set to begin this Friday—September 28—and there's a number of things that you should know in terms of schedules, details and where to follow all the action.
The bi-annual golf tournament—where a team of American golfers takes on a team of European golfers—will start at 8:20 a.m. on Friday, and will run through Sunday.
ESPN will cover all of Friday's action, and then the schedule will shift to the NBC network for Saturday and Sunday.
The TV times for the 2012 Ryder Cup are as follows:
- Friday- ESPN, 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET
- Saturday- NBC, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET
- Sunday- NBC, noon to 6 p.m. ET
If you're not lucky enough to be in front of a television at those times, you can always catch live streams on your computer over at NBCSports.com or RyderCup.com
Also, there's a new app available on the Apple iPad and Apple iPhone. The 2012 Ryder Cup app gives you access to live footage and live radio with text and video alerts and highlights.
Who will prevail in the 2012 Ryder Cup?
One thing is guaranteed—this is going to be an interesting weekend of golf that you don't want to miss.
Team USA has a roster bolstered with talent. Tiger Woods has been coming into his own and improving since that personal matter of his was exposed. During the FedEx Cup playoffs, he had three straight top-10 finishes.
Phil Mickelson had a relevant win at Pebble Beach, and Bubba Watson won a 2012 major.
Team Europe isn't that bad either, after all they do have Rory McIlroy—and we all know that he's one talented individual who is always on his A game. Francesco Molinari placed second in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, and Nicolas Colsaerts just tied for fifth place in last week's BMW Italian Open.
But can the successes of the past translate over to the 2012 Ryder Cup? Team USA captain Davis Love III sure hopes so, and his counterpart Jose Maria Olazabal—Team Europe captain—does too.
Overall, we're in for a treat this weekend, so make sure you tune in somehow and watch what's sure to be an exciting event.
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