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The 2022 Ryder Cup: Formal Submissions Made

Another important milestone in the Bid Process for The 2022 Ryder Cup was reached at Wentworth this week when representatives from Austria, Germany, Italy and Spain submitted their Official Bids.

The four nations’ representatives were at the home of The European Tour as part of the European Golf Federations Conference and took time out from the gathering to each hand their Bid Documents to George O’Grady, Chief Executive of The European Tour.

This follows evaluation visits made by Ryder Cup Europe officials to each of the four countries in turn earlier this month.

The submissions now herald a period of detailed analysis of each bid by a management team working on behalf of Ryder Cup Europe – together with the assistance of an independent panel of experts – with the announcement of the successful host country and venue for The 2022 Ryder Cup expected this autumn.

 

 Peter Enzinger (centre), President, Austrian Golf Federation & Robert Fiegl (left), General Secretary, Austrian Golf Federation present Austria's 2022 Ryder Cup bid to George O'Grady

  

 Marco Kaussler (right), Leader, German 2022 Ryder Cup Bid Team & Ilka Stephan (left), German 2022 Ryder Cup Bid Team present their bid to George O'Grady

  

 Stefano Manca (centre), General Secretary, Italian Golf Federation & Marco Durante (left), Board Member,  Italian Golf Federation present Italy's 2022 Ryder Cup bid to George O'Grady

 

 

 Gonzaga Escauriaza, President, Royal Spanish Golf Federation submits Spain's 2022 Ryder Cup bid to George O'Grady