2018 Ryder Cup tee times and pairings: Sunday singles matches
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2018 Ryder Cup tee times and pairings: Sunday singles matches


The 2018 Ryder Cup continues Sunday morning from Le Golf National in Paris, France, with the 12 American players and 12 European players gathering for the final day of 12 singles matches after Europe attained a 10-6 lead.

In the singles session, which starts at 6 a.m. Eastern time in the United States, there will be 12 singles matches. All matches are worth 1 point, and matches can end in a draw. Europe needs to attain 14.5 total points -- meaning 4.5 in singles -- to win the Ryder Cup back. The United States needs to attain 14 total points -- meaning 8 in singles -- to retain the Ryder Cup through a tie.

The 2018 Ryder Cup Saturday TV coverage is on Golf Channel from 6 a.m. Eastern.

2018 Ryder Cup Saturday tee times and pairings

All times are local (Paris is +6 hours from the US Eastern time zone)

Sunday singles

  • Match 17 -- 12:05 p.m. (6:05 a.m. Eastern) -- Justin Thomas vs. Rory McIlroy
  • Match 18 -- 12:17 p.m. (6:17 a.m. Eastern) -- Brooks Koepka vs. Paul Casey
  • Match 19 -- 12:29 p.m. (6:29 a.m. Eastern) -- Webb Simpson vs. Justin Rose
  • Match 20 -- 12:41 p.m. (6:41 a.m. Eastern) -- Tiger Woods vs. Jon Rahm
  • Match 21 -- 12:53 p.m. (6:53 a.m. Eastern) -- Tony Finau vs. Tommy Fleetwood
  • Match 22 -- 1:05 p.m. (7:05 a.m. Eastern) -- Dustin Johnson vs. Ian Poulter
  • Match 23 -- 1:17 p.m. (7:17 a.m. Eastern) -- Jordan Spieth vs. Thorbjorn Olesen
  • Match 24 -- 1:29 p.m. (7:29 a.m. Eastern) -- Rickie Fowler vs. Sergio Garcia
  • Match 25 -- 1:41 p.m. (7:41 a.m. Eastern) -- Phil Mickelson vs. Francesco Molinari
  • Match 26 -- 1:53 p.m. (7:53 a.m. Eastern) -- Patrick Reed vs. Tyrrell Hatton
  • Match 27 -- 2:05 p.m. (8:05 a.m. Eastern) -- Bubba Watson vs. Henrik Stenson
  • Match 28 -- 2:17 p.m. (8:17 a.m. Eastern) -- Bryson DeChambeau vs. Alex Noren


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