The Ryder Cup 2018: Tournament news, schedule, coverage and analysis

The Ryder Cup will be contested at the end of September just outside Paris. FRANCK FIFE / AFP)FRANCK FIFE/AFP/Getty Images

The 42nd Ryder Cup, pitting the top American players against Europe's best, is drawing closer. Here is everything you need to get ready for the event at Le Golf National in Paris.

Ryder Cup: The important details

Dates: Sept. 28-30
Location: Le Golf National (Paris, France)
The captains: Jim Furyk, United States; Thomas Bjorn, Europe.
History: The U.S. holds the Cup after winning 17-11 in 2016 at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Minnesota to break a three-match winning streak by Europe.
Key fact: The U.S. has not won the event when held in Europe since 1993 at the Belfry in England.

The teams

United States

Brooks Koepka
Dustin Johnson
Justin Thomas
Patrick Reed
Bubba Watson
Jordan Spieth
Rickie Fowler
Webb Simpson
Tiger Woods
Phil Mickelson
Tony Finau
Bryson DeChambeau


Francesco Molinari
Justin Rose
Tyrrell Hatton
Tommy Fleetwood
Jon Rahm
Rory McIlroy
Alex Noren
Thorbjorn Olesen
Henrik Stenson
Sergio Garcia
Ian Poulter
Paul Casey


  • VAN VALKENBURG: Brooks Koepka is the forgotten man on Team USA. READ

  • HAMILTON: Francesco Molinari is ready for the Ryder Cup pressure. READ

  • COLLINS: America's Caddie in France ... look out. READ

Previewing the Ryder Cup: The days leading up

  • COOPER: What to expect from Le Golf National. READ

  • COOPER: Why is this Ryder Cup in Paris? READ

  • HARIG: DeChambeau makes his Ryder Cup case. READ

  • HARIG: Mickelson makes his case to be on United States team. READ