Ryder Cup 2023: Sunday singles draw and tee times

Ryder Cup 2023 singles matches revealed! Jon Rahm and Scottie Scheffler to face off in the opening match, Team Europe go top-heavy with big guns out early

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World No.1 Scottie Scheffler will lock horns again with World No.3 Jon Rahm in a mouthwatering first match of Sunday singles.

Luke Donald has opted for experience and reputation in his first four European pairings, with Viktor Hovland, Justin Rose, and Rory McIlroy following the Spaniard out as they look to stunt any momentum carried over from Saturday’s fourballs, which America won in dramatic fashion.

Donald’s team only need four points from the 12 matches to win back the Ryder Cup, but have seen their advantage cut to five points thanks to Patrick Cantlay’s heroics.

Cantlay is out third against the undefeated Rose, while Rory has drawn Sam Burns in the group behind.

Further down the order, rookie Ludvig Aberg takes on Brooks Koepka in a battle of the big hitters, while England’s Matt Fitzpatrick faces the in-form Max Homa.

The final match pits Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre against US Open champion Wyndham Clark, though Donald will be hoping it doesn’t get that far. After all, no side has ever come from five back to win in the event’s 96-year history.

Ryder Cup 2023: Sunday singles order

Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg completed a record-breaking 9&7 victory over Brooks Koepka and Scottie Scheffler.

All matches local time. BST minus one hour. EST minus six hours.

11.35: Jon Rahm vs. Scottie Scheffler
11.47: Viktor Hovland vs. Collin Morikawa
Justin Rose vs. Patrick Cantlay
Rory McIlroy vs. Sam Burns
Matt Fitzpatrick vs. Max Homa
Tyrrell Hatton vs. Brian Harman
Ludvig Aberg vs. Brooks Koepka
Sepp Straka vs. Justin Thomas
Nicolai Hojgaard vs. Xander Schauffele
Shane Lowry vs. Jordan Spieth
Tommy Fleetwood vs. Rickie Fowler
Bob MacIntyre vs. Wyndham Clark

The Ryder Cup 2023 results

Current score – Europe 10½-5½ USA

The United States, as defending champions, need 14 points to retain the Ryder Cup, with Europe requiring 14½ to regain the trophy.

Saturday fourballs – Europe 1-3 USA

Viktor Hovland / Ludvig Aberg vs. Collin Morikawa / Sam Burns – USA won 4&3

Tommy Fleetwood / Nicolai Hojgaard vs. Max Homa / Brian Harman – USA won 2&1

Justin Rose / Bob MacIntyre vs. Jordan Spieth / Justin Thomas – Europe won 3&2

Rory McIlroy / Matt Fitzpatrick vs. Patrick Cantlay / Wyndham Clark – USA won 1 up

Saturday foursomes – Europe 3-1 USA

Rory McIlroy / Tommy Fleetwood vs. Justin Thomas / Jordan Spieth – Europe won 2&1

Viktor Hovland / Ludvig Aberg vs. Scottie Scheffler / Brooks Koepka – Europe won 9&7

Sepp Straka / Shane Lowry vs. Max Homa / Brian Harman – USA won 4&3

Jon Rahm / Tyrrell Hatton vs. Patrick Cantlay / Xander Schauffele – Europe won 2&1

Friday fourballs – Europe 2½-1½ USA

Viktor Hovland / Tyrrell Hatton vs. Justin Thomas / Jordan Spieth – Tied

Jon Rahm / Nicolai Hojgaard vs. Scottie Scheffler / Brooks Koepka – Tied

Robert MacIntyre / Justin Rose vs. Max Homa / Wyndham Clark – Tied

Rory McIlroy / Matt Fitzpatrick vs. Collin Morikawa / Xander Schauffele – Europe won 5&3

Friday foursomes – Europe 4-0 USA

Jon Rahm / Tyrrell Hatton vs. Scottie Scheffler / Sam Burns – Europe won 4&3

Viktor Hovland / Ludvig Aberg vs. Max Homa / Brian Harman – Europe won 4&3

Shane Lowry / Sepp Straka vs. Rickie Fowler / Collin Morikawa – Europe won 2&1

Rory McIlroy / Tommy Fleetwood vs. Xander Schauffele / Patrick Cantlay – Europe won 2&1

The Ryder Cup 2023 schedule

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What’s happening at the Ryder Cup on Sunday, October 1st?

The Ryder Cup is decided! And everyone gets a lay-in. There will be 12 singles matches with 12 points up for grabs as the race to 14.5 points reaches a (hopefully) dramatic conclusion.

The first match gets underway at 11.35am with another teeing off every 12 minutes until everyone is out on the course.

Once all of the matches have finished, the Ryder Cup winners will be presented with the trophy on the 1st tee, followed by the closing ceremony.

The losing team will then head to the interview area for a press conference before the winning team face the media (normally with beers in hand).

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Today's Golfer features editor Michael Catling.

Michael Catling
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Michael Catling is Today’s Golfer‘s Features Editor and an award-winning journalist who specializes in golf’s Majors and Tours, including DP World, PGA, LPGA, and LIV.

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