Sept. 22-27 Whistling Straits Kohler, Wisconsin


Players at the 2016 Ryder Cup

We have a variety of transport options available for your trip to Le Golf National. 

We must inform you that there are travel restrictions in place throughout Ryder Cup week in the vicinity of the venue, so it is essential that you arrange your travel well in advance if you haven’t already done so. 

Le Golf National has a secure outer perimeter, therefore it is not possible to access the course directly on foot – you can only enter the course via one of the official transport hubs:


The easiest and fastest option to get to Le Golf National is via public transport. Whilst Ryder Cup travel cards have now sold out, anyone wishing to attend The Ryder Cup via train can still purchase train tickets.

We strongly recommend buying your tickets before your day of travel to Le Golf National, as there could be significant queues at the ticket machines at peak times, due to the crowds travelling to the event. 

To buy your train tickets: 

1.    Visit an automatic ticket machine located in the station from which you will be travelling to Le Golf National.

2.    Select ‘Tickets for Region Paris’

3.    Select your destination (Ryder Cup fans must arrive via Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines or Massy Palaiseau stations)

4.    Select two journeys. This will provide you with both an outbound and inbound ticket

5.    Tickets are not limited to use on the day of purchase. If you are travelling on more than one day we recommend purchasing all tickets at the same time


Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Station, located approximately 7 km from Le Golf National, is served by Line N, Line U and RER C from Paris. Upon leaving Le Golf National, please exit via the West Bus Terminal to return to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Station.

Massy-Palaiseau Station, located approximately 21 km from Le Golf National, is served by RER B from Paris. Upon leaving Le Golf National, please exit via the East Bus Terminal to return to Massy-Palaiseau Station.

Upon arrival at Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines or Massy Palaiseau Stations, free shuttle busses will take all ticket holders to Le Golf National. Random bag searches and a visual ticket check will take place prior to boarding the buses. 

Shuttle bus times when arriving by train:

First bus:    

Tuesday 25 - Thursday 27 September: 6am
Friday 28 and Saturday 29 September: 5:30am
Sunday 30 September: 6:30am

Last bus:    

Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 September: 8pm
Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 September: 9pm

Train map

 2018 Ryder Cup train map



There will be no public parking at Le Golf National, nor on the surrounding roads, but for those wishing to travel by car there are three designated park and rides available, which will have free shuttles running to Le Golf National. Outside of the park and ride there is no access to the golf course car via car. 

Ticket holders can purchase park and ride tickets by visiting and visiting the add-ons section. Please note PR3 is now fully booked. 

PR2 is located in Orsay and is recommended if you are travelling from the east and south of Paris and Le Golf National. 

PR4 is located in Louveciennes and is recommended for those travelling from the North and West of Paris.

Please follow event signage to your Park and Ride and do not follow your Sat Nav. 

Each vehicle using the park and ride requires a ticket and the prices are below:

Tuesday 25 September - €20
Wednesday 26 September - €20
Thursday 27 September - €20
Friday 28 September - €40
Saturday 29 September - €40
Sunday 30 September - €40

Please allow plenty of time for journeys to and from The Ryder Cup Bus Terminals and the three Park and Ride sites. Upon arrival at the bus terminals, random bag searches and a visual ticket check will take place.

Shuttle bus times when arriving by car:

First bus from Park and Rides to Le Golf National:
Tuesday 25 - Thursday 27 September: 6am
Friday 28 and Saturday 29 September: 5:30am
Sunday 30 September: 6:30am

Last bus from Le Golf National to Park and Rides:
Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 September: 8pm
Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 September: 9pm

Download Waze 

  • Download and install Waze GPS
  • Type Ryder Cup on the address search bar
  • Choose your Park and Ride
  • Drive

Park and ride map

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For anyone wishing to travel by bicycle or motorbike there will be dedicated parking in PR1 and PR3 free of charge. Please note that locks will not be provided for either bicycles or motorbikes.

PR1 is located in Toussus-le-Noble, a few kilometres from Le Golf National. Please note there will be no public parking in PR1, except for bicycles and motorbikes.

Motorbike parking is also available in PR3.



There will be a taxi pick up/drop off area in PR1, located in Toussus-le-Noble, and also in PR3, located in Versailles. Taxis will not require a parking pass to enter these Park and Ride sites. This service is also available for those wishing to be dropped off by a friend/family member.



Blue badge holders will be able to park in dedicated areas at the front of the Park and Rides, you do not need to pre-book these spaces. You will need to display your blue badge to gain entry to your preferred Park and Ride.

For wheelchair users onsite parking will be provided and passes will be issued with the accessible ground entry pass. If you are a wheelchair user and require an onsite parking space please contact:

For blue badge holders and wheelchair users travelling by train you must travel to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Station, where there will be a shuttle bus to take you to Le Golf National. Please note disability access at Massy-Palaiseau Station cannot be guaranteed. 

There will be volunteers at the Park and rides and train stations to provide assistance if needed.

Event Mobility will be providing electric scooters and manual wheelchairs for the use of disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors at The 2018 Ryder Cup.

To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair you can book online at, print out an advance booking form from the website or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request a form to be posted to you.  The charity asks £25 for an electric scooter and £10 for a manual wheelchair.  Please be aware that advance bookings cannot be made by phone and that there are a limited number of scooters and wheelchairs available for each day.

The site will offer access to those with mobility issues, including viewing areas and disabled toilet facilities.

Please note that spectators are not permitted to bring in their own electric mobility scooters

You might also be interested in:
- Ryder Cup tickets
- Ryder Cup week
- Ryder Cup frequently asked questions 

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