Jon Rahmleader of the European team and number 3 in the world, will open this Sunday the decisive day of Ryder Cup at Rome’s Simone GC with 12 singles at stake, starting at 11:35 am. It will compete with the world number one Scottie Scheffler.
Both Europe and the US are going all out from the start. Six duels to whet your appetite that could tip the balance in Europe’s favor or allow the US to level the contest.
Therefore, Rahm-Scheffler will be the highlight of this Sunday and a repeat of the match that both fought in 2021 in Wisconsin where the American won.
Europe came in 5 points ahead after two days of foursomes and fourballs and needed 4 points to reclaim the trophy.
THE 12 INDIVIDUALS:
11.35 Jon Rahm (Eur) vs. Scottie Scheffler (USA)
11.47 V. Hovland (Eur) vs. C. Morikawa (USA)
11.59 Justin Rose (Eur) vs. P. Cantlay (USA)
12.11 Rory McIlroy (Eur) vs. Sam Burns (USA)
12.23 M. Fitzpatrick (Eur) vs. Max Homa (USA)
12.35 Tyrrell Hatton (Eur) vs. B. Harman (USA)
12.47 Ludvig Aberg (Eur) vs. B. Koepka (USA)
12.59 Sepp Straka (Eur) vs. Justin Thomas (USA)
13.11 N. Hojgaard (Eur) vs. X. Schauffele (USA)
13.23 Shane Lowry (Eur) vs. J. Spieth (USA)
13.35 T. Fleetwood (Eur) vs. R. Fowler (USA)
13.47 R. MacIntyre (Eur) vs. W. Clark (USA)
Source: La Verdad
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