BOSTON, Mass – One day remains at the 2021 Ryder Cup, and it’s the most valuable of all, with 12 points up for grabs across 12 singles matches on Sunday at Whistling Straits.
Sunday will begin with the U.S. team holding an 11- 5 lead. After a dominant opening day of play on Friday, the Americans kept the momentum going in Saturday morning foursomes, earning another 3-1 session win to push the total score to 9-3 in favor of the red, white and blue. At this 43rd Ryder Cup no Ryder Cup team has ever been losing this badly going into the single portion of the golf exhibition.
NBC TV will offer exclusive TV coverage of the Sunday singles matches with a six-hour broadcast from 12-6 p.m. ET.
Here are the full matchups and starting times for Sunday at the 2021 Ryder Cup:
Ryder Cup 2021 Sunday singles matchups (ET)
Match 1 (12:04 p.m.) – Xander Schauffele (USA) vs. Rory McIlroy (EUR)
Match 2 (12:15 p.m.) – Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Shane Lowry (EUR)
Match 3 (12:26 p.m.) – Scottie Scheffler (USA) vs. Jon Rahm (EUR)
Match 4 (12:37 p.m.) – Bryson DeChambeau (USA) vs. Sergio Garcia (EUR)
Match 5 (12:48 p.m.) – Collin Morikawa (USA) vs. Viktor Hovland (EUR)
Match 6 (12:59 p.m.) – Dustin Johnson (USA) vs. Paul Casey (EUR)
Match 7 (1:10 p.m.) – Brooks Koepka (USA) vs. Bernd Wiesberger (EUR)
Match 8 (1:21 p.m.) – Tony Finau (USA) vs. Ian Poulter (EUR)
Match 9 (1:32 p.m.) – Justin Thomas (USA) vs. Tyrrell Hatton (EUR)
Match 10 (1:43 p.m.) – Harris English (USA) vs. Lee Westwood (EUR)
Match 11 (1:54 p.m.) – Jordan Spieth (USA) vs. Tommy Fleetwood (EUR)
Match 12 (2:05 p.m.) – Daniel Berger (USA) vs. Matthew Fitzpatrick (EUR)
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