The Ryder Cup returns on Friday – and some of golf’s biggest stars will be in Rome.
Team Europe will be hoping to capitalize on home advantage and recapture the trophy they lost at Whistling Straits in 2021.
Ryder Cup 2023: All the details you need ahead of the big competition in Rome
Meanwhile, Team USA hopes to win overseas for the first time since 1993.
Historically, the United States has won the most Ryder Cups, emerging victorious in 27 of 43 encounters.
However, since Europe became a fully continental team in 1979, the European Championships have achieved victory in 11 out of 20 games.
But who will be taking part in the epic competition this year?
What are the Ryder Cup teams?
- Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)
- John Rahm (Spain)
- Victor Hovland (Norway)
- Tyrrell Hatton (England)
- Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)
- Matt Fitzpatrick (England)
- Tommy Fleetwood (England) – Captain’s selection
- Sepp Straka (Austria) – captain selection
- Justin Rose (England) – Captain’s selection
- Shane Lowry (Ireland) – Captain’s selection
- Nicolai Hojgaard (Denmark) – Captain selection
- Ludvig Aberg (Sweden) – Captain’s selection
- Scottie Scheffler
- Wyndham Clarke
- Brian Harman
- Patrick Cantlay
- Max Homa
- Xander Schauffele
- Sam Burns – Captain’s selection
- Rickie Fowler – Captain’s Pick
- Brooks Koepka – Captain’s selection
- Collin Moriakawa – Captain selection
What TV channel is it on, can it be streamed live?
The Ryder Cup will be broadcast exclusively LIVE At Sky Sports Golf In the United Kingdom.
Subscription members of Watch TV NOW will also have the option to stream the entire action via the NOW TV website or app.
Alternatively, SunSport will cover the competition via our live blog.