2018 Ryder Cup: How to watch on TV

2018 Ryder Cup Sign

It’s almost time!

The 2018 Ryder Cup – the 42nd edition of the biennial battle between the US and Europe – is looming large on the horizon.

Over 200,000 golf from across the world are expected to descend upon Le Golf National near Paris, in France, to see the action unfold.

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But what about those who don’t have tickets? What about the fans in the UK? How do they see the biggest match in golf? 

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Watch it live!

Sky Sports Golf has exclusive live rights to broadcast the battle. Here’s a run-down of when you can see it all happen.

Tuesday, Sept 25 

Live Celebrity Match
Sky Sports Golf 
From 2pm 

Wednesday, Sept 26

Live On The Range
Sky Sports Golf 
From 2pm 

Thursday, Sept 27 

Live Captains Match
Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Golf 
From 12pm

Live Opening Ceremony
Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Golf 
From 4pm 

Friday, Sept 28 

Day 1
Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Golf  
From 6.30am 

Saturday, Sept 29 

Day 2
Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Golf
From 6.30am 

Sunday, Sept 30 

Final Day
Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Golf 
From 9.30am

Not a Sky Sports customer?

You can buy a NOW TV pass that will allow you to see the action unfold. 

A NOW TV Sky Sports Pass currently comes in at £7.99 per day, £12.99 per week, or £33.99 per month.


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What about the BBC?

BBC Sport has live radio commentary and daily TV highlights of the Ryder Cup.

Thursday, Sept 27

Preview show on BBC Radio 5 live
1pm-2pm

Build-up on BBC Radio 5 live
7pm-8.30pm

Friday, Sept 28

BBC Radio 5 live
6am-7pm

BBC Two 
Day 1 Highlights
8.30pm-10.30pm (9pm-11pm in Wales)

Saturday, Sept 29

BBC Radio 5 live
6am-12.30pm & 2.30pm-6pm

BBC Two
Day 2 Highlights
8.30pm-10.30pm

Sunday, Sept 30

BBC Radio 5 live
6am-9am & 11am-6pm

BBC Two
Day 3 Highlights
7.30pm-9.30pm

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