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Here are the Ryder Cup standings for both the American and visiting European teams.

Team Europe, which will once again be led by Luke Donald after victory in Rome, will travel to Bethpage State Park to take on still captain-less USA team from September 26-28, 2025.

Ryder Cup standings

Team USA

Players can accrue points in 2024 at five events – the four majors plus The Players – with players earning one qualification point per $1,000 made if they make the cut.

The points for the 2025 season will not be confirmed until next year’s PGA Tour schedule is announced and a captain is appointed.

Current standings

Until the PGA of America appoints a captain, it is unknown how many players will qualify automatically and how many will be selected as wildcard picks.

The current top 10 in the Team USA Ryder Cup standings is as follows:

  1. Scottie Scheffler
  2. Bryson DeChambeau
  3. Xander Schauffele
  4. Collin Morikawa
  5. Brian Harman
  6. Wyndham Clark
  7. Tony Finau
  8. Patrick Cantlay
  9. Sahith Theegala
  10. Max Homa

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Team Europe

The qualification period for Ryder Cup Team Europe is yet to begin, but it is expected to run from the 2024 BMW PGA Championship, which takes place at Wentworth from September 19-22, until early September next year.

Luke Donald is also expected to stick with the format of six automatic qualifiers and six captain’s picks. For the 2023 Ryder Cup, the six automatic qualifiers comprised of the three leading players on the European Points List followed by the three leading players on the World Points List who were otherwise not already qualified.

Ahead of the showdown in Rome, Donald said: “The six picks give me flexibility to ensure we have the strongest line-up at Marco Simone in terms of in-form players, players with Ryder Cup experience, and potential pairings.”

So how does the points list work?

If the system remains the same, the players will get…

– 6000 points for majors/DP World Tour Championship
– 5000 points for Rolex Series events
– 3500 points for events of $5 million or over
– 2500 points for events of $2 million or over
– 1500 points for events under $2 million

European Points List

Standings will appear here when they begin in September.

World Points List

Standings will appear here when they begin in September.

You can see the full Ryder Cup standings on the official website.

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