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Photo Credit: Thomas Bjørn welcomes Jim Furyk at the start of Ryder Cup week

After months of waiting the Ryder Cup week is finally here. With the first matches not getting underway until Friday today, Monday was very much a travel day for the teams as they made their way to Paris ahead of the 42nd Ryder Cup 2018 at Le Golf National.

Captain Thomas Bjørn made the trip to Paris on the Eurostar from London with partner Grace Barber.

Unsurprisingly, "Mr Ryder Cup" was the first player to check out the course with his wife Katie and son Luke. Poults toured the merchandise tent, hit balls at the range and scaled the huge first tee grandstand.



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For real this is the view and it will be loud... seriously loud..

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English rookie Tyrrell Hatton sure seemed excited as he made his way to Paris in a taxi en route to London Heathrow.

Team USA captain Jim Furyk was welcomed at the entrance to Le Golf National minutes after touching down in Paris. The Captains were in front of the world's media as they looked ahead to the week.

Hours after winning the PGA Tour's order of merit at the Tour Championships Justin Rose was touching down in Paris. The world number two managed to capture this moody black and white picture over the Eiffel Tower.



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Last but not least, the Ryder Cup touched back on European soil after safely flying over the Atlantic with Team USA



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Next stop: Paris! #GoUSA

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