The Ryder Cup pits the top 12 players from the United States against the top 12 players from Europe in a three-day competition. During each of the first two days, a four-ball session as well as a foursome session are played. On the final day of the match, 12 singles matches are played.
A victory in each match is worth a single point. Any matches that end in a tie or draw is worth ½ point for each side. The team that is first to win 14 ½ points over the course of the three days wins the Ryder Cup. In the event the Ryder Cup should end in a tie, the team who has previously won the match retains the Ryder Cup trophy. The Europeans were the last to win the Ryder Cup in 2018 at Le Golf National.
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