• Team USA's Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka. Picture: @RyderCupUSA/Twitter

    Ryder Cup postponed due to coronavirus

    The hotly-contested biennial team competition between the United States and Europe, known for its raucous, partisan crowds, was originally scheduled for Sept. 25-27 at Whistling Straits. It will now be held Sept. 24-26, 2021.

  • (L-R) Europe's Francesco Molinari, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Paul Casey, captain Thomas Bjorn, Rory McIlroy, Alexander Noren, Thorbjorn Olesen, Ian Poulter, Jon Rahm, Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson celebrate with the trophy after winning the 42nd Ryder Cup at Le Golf National Course at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, south-west of Paris, on 30 September 2018. Picture: AFP

    Ryder Cup to be postponed to 2021: ESPN

    The biennial Ryder Cup, which pits a U.S. team against Europe, was scheduled to take place from Sept. 25-27 at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin but will instead be played in the same time frame next year.

  • Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy reacts on the 10th green during the first round of the British Open golf Championships at Royal Portrush golf club in Northern Ireland on 18 July 2019. Picture: AFP

    McIlroy hopes Ryder Cup will be moved to 2021

    The Ryder Cup is still scheduled to take place from September 25-27 in Wisconsin, but spectators would almost certainly not be allowed to attend if it did go ahead.

  • Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy reacts on the 10th green during the first round of the British Open golf Championships at Royal Portrush golf club in Northern Ireland on 18 July 2019. Picture: AFP

    McIlroy against fan-less Ryder Cup

    With the global golf season in chaos due to the coronavirus pandemic, the game's administrators are running through a range of possible scenarios as they attempt to plot a path back to competition.

  • Tiger Woods. Picture: Twitter @ESPNStatsInfo.

    Woods roars back, 'Moliwood' star in dramatic 2018

    It was an eventful year for golf fans, with Tiger Woods' return adding a sub-plot to the bigger tournaments, even as many of the younger generation confirmed their respective rises to the top of the game.

  • Team USA's Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka. Picture: @RyderCupUSA/Twitter

    Woods paired with Reed in Ryder Cup opener

    Woods, back in the competition after not playing in the last two editions, is in hot form and it looks a formidable partnership with this year’s Masters champion Reed.

  • FILE: Jon Rahm. Picture: Instagram

    Rahm feeling electric for Ryder Cup debut

    The fiery 23-year-old, who finished fourth at this year’s US Masters and PGA Championship, will have a tough time matching the exploits of Seve Ballesteros, Jose Maria Olazabal or Sergio Garcia.