Watch your favorite moments from the Ryder Cup during the original air week
In celebration of the 43rd Ryder Cup, which was originally scheduled to be played this week at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin but was postponed due to COVID-19, some of the most memorable moments from the Ryder Cup will air this week on Golf Channel.
Ryder Cup Broadcast Re-Air Schedule (all times Eastern)
Tuesday, September 22
2:00 A.M. Golf’s Greatest Rounds: 2016 Ryder Cup – Hazeltine National Golf Club
The 41st Ryder Cup was an emotional one as Arnold Palmer, former U.S. Ryder Cup Captain, passed just days before the matches began at Hazeltine National Golf Club. Captain Davis Love III led the U.S. squad for the second time, having also led the team in 2012, and paid tribute to Palmer by placing his bag from the 1975 Ryder Cup on the first tee. Darren Clarke led a young European team that featured six rookies, which was the most the team carried since 2010. But they were no match for Love’s team who swept the Friday morning foursomes and continued their domination, winning the Sunday singles matches 7.5 to 4.5 en route to a 17 to 11 victory.
Wednesday, September 23
2:00 A.M. Golf’s Greatest Rounds: 1999 Ryder Cup – The Country Club at Brookline
The 33rd Ryder Cup at The Country Club at Brookline featured one of the most remarkable comebacks in the history of the matches. The U.S. Team, led by Captain Ben Crenshaw, won 8.5 of the possible 12 points in the Sunday singles matches. Justin Leonard made one of the most memorable putts in Ryder Cup history when he holed a 45-footer for birdie at the 17th hole that would ensure a halve in his match with Jose Maria Olazabal. The Americans won the Ryder Cup for the first time since 1993, 14.5 to 13.5.
Thursday, September 24
1:00 A.M. Golf’s Greatest Rounds: 2018 Ryder Cup – Le Golf National
The 43rd Ryder Cup was staged for the first time in France at Le Golf National where the European duo of Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood stole the show. The pair went 4-0 for the week, a first for a team from Europe. Molinari carried that momentum into the Sunday singles matches where he fittingly secured the winning point for Team Europe to retake the Ryder Cup. Sergio Garcia also made history during the week, becoming the all-time leading points earning in the Ryder Cup after defeating Rickie Fowler 2 and 1 on Sunday. Europe won 17.5 to 11.5.