Ryder Cup 2023 Live Golf Scores, Results: Usa Takes On Europe On Day One


Ryder Cup 2023 Live Golf Scores, Results: Usa Takes On Europe On Day One

The Ryder Cup has returned, and this time, Europe is banking on the advantage of playing on home turf to recapture golf’s most prestigious trophy. This biennial showdown brings together Europe’s finest golfers in a spirited team competition against the top talents from the United States of America.

The battleground for this year’s face-off is the picturesque Marco Simone Golf and Country Club in Rome, featuring a challenging par 71 course that stretches over 7,181 yards. Despite the odds favoring the United States, who are the narrow favorites, it’s worth noting that they haven’t clinched victory on European soil in three decades. After a commanding 19-9 triumph in 2021, the US team is determined to etch their names in the history books.

The opening day of the competition promises excitement with eight points up for grabs. Day one kicked off with a remarkable display from the European contingent, achieving a remarkable 4-0 lead over their American counterparts. This morning session marked a significant milestone as Europe secured its first-ever clean sweep during a morning session in Ryder Cup history.

Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton, as well as Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg, delivered resounding 4&3 victories against the formidable duos of Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns, and Max Homa and Brian Harman, respectively. The dynamic duo of Sepp Straka and Shane Lowry wowed the crowd with a 2&1 win over Rickie Fowler and Collin Morikawa. In the final match of the morning session, Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood exhibited tremendous determination, sealing a hard-fought 2&1 victory over Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele.

As the competition progresses, the focus now shifts to the four-ball session, a format in which the American team has previously excelled. The stage is set, and golf enthusiasts around the world eagerly anticipate the unfolding drama of this Ryder Cup showdown. Let’s see where the next session takes us, as the battle for golf supremacy continues.

Ryder Cup live scores

EuropeUnited States

Foursome results

EuropeUnited StatesScore
Rahm/HattonScheffler/Burns4 & 3
Hovland/AbergHoma/Harman4 & 3
Lowry/StrakaFowler/Morikawa2 & 1
McIlroy/FleetwoodSchauffele/Cantlay2 & 1

Fourball results

EuropeUnited StatesScore
Rahm/HojgaardScheffler/Koepka2 Up
MacIntyre/RoseHoma/Clark1 Up
McIlroy/FitzpatrickMorikawa/Schauffele6 Up

Ryder Cup live updates, highlights from Day 1

2:04 pm: Rory McIlroy draws inspiration from Matt Fitzpatrick’s stellar performance to surge ahead by 6 strokes! Despite teeing off last, they could potentially be the first to return to the clubhouse. Xander Schauffele and Colin Morikawa find themselves facing an uphill battle.

1:52 pm: The leaderboard sees a resurgence of red as Clark sinks an impressive putt on the seventh hole. However, in a contrasting turn of events, more blue is added as Rasmus Højgaard secures his third consecutive birdie, propelling himself and Jon Rahm to a 2-stroke lead against Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka.

1:47 pm: The McIlroy-Fitzpatrick duo continues their dominance, extending their lead to 5 strokes! Morikawa’s long putt attempt falls short, and Schauffele buckles under the pressure in an attempt to salvage the hole.

1:33 pm: Fitzpatrick delivers another impressive performance, further solidifying his and McIlroy’s lead by 4 strokes!

1:23 PM: A significant moment for Clark unfolds at the Ryder Cup as he clinches a birdie, bringing the score back to a tie.

1:15 PM: The fleeting red on the scoreboard disappears as Hovland disrupts Thomas and Spieth’s momentum.

1:07 PM: Excitement continues to build in Rome as Hovland’s day keeps improving. His pinpoint iron play shines as he approaches incredibly close to the pin on the par-three 7th hole.

1:05 PM: Fitzpatrick’s putter is on fire! He confidently sinks another putt, doubling the lead over Morikawa and Schauffele.

1:01 PM: Finally, Thomas propels the US ahead, marking their first lead of the day. It’s been a long time coming.

12:44 PM: Currently, there’s not much fluctuation in the leaderboard as the four-ball matches remain neck and neck. On the 4th hole, Rahm’s long putt falls notably short. Fitzpatrick, on the other hand, delivers a spectacular performance, sinking a 21-footer for birdie, allowing him and McIlroy to regain the lead in the final match.

12:35 PM: Spieth makes his presence felt as he joins the action at the Ryder Cup!

12:30 PM: Spieth’s Spectacular Chip Energizes the US Team! Jordan Spieth makes a remarkable chip shot from the edge of the green, propelling himself and Justin Thomas to a tie in the leading match.

12:27 PM: Fitzpatrick’s Heroic Putt Denies US Advantage. In match four, Matthew Fitzpatrick delivers a brilliant putt to thwart the United States’ first opportunity to take the lead, salvaging Europe’s chances.

12:17 PM: A Ryder Cup Debut to Remember for Nicolai Hojgaard. Nicolai Hojgaard’s inaugural Ryder Cup appearance begins with perfection; a more ideal start couldn’t have been scripted.

12:15 pm: The commencement of all four four-ball matches is now official, featuring the exciting showdown between McIlroy/Fitzpatrick and Morikawa/Schauffele.

12:04 pm: Familiar faces grace the scene in Rome!

12:01 pm: The Europeans surged ahead in the second game of the four-balls, thanks to an incredible feat by Hojgaard. He sank a remarkable long birdie putt, setting the tone for an unforgettable Ryder Cup debut. Birdying the very first hole was a statement of intent.

11:45 am: Hatton added to Europe’s momentum by sinking a birdie putt, going 1 Up Thru 1. The European team was painting the leaderboard blue, showcasing their prowess and determination.

11:44 am: The second match teed off, with Hojgaard’s first Ryder Cup shot finding its way into a bunker. In contrast, Rahm’s 3-wood shot landed safely on the fairway, marking the beginning of what promised to be an intriguing contest.

11:36 am: Thomas and Hatton exhibited their precision by finding the green, while Spieth narrowly missed the edge. Hovland faced a challenge, finding himself in the rough on the far right of the fairway.

11:29 am: The first four-ball match commenced as Thomas expertly hit the fairway. However, Spieth and Hovland faced early adversity, finding themselves in the rough. Hatton encountered a different challenge, landing in a bunker down the right side.

11:23 am: For those just waking up in the United States, it had been a challenging start for the American contingent in the initial session at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club. The Europeans had raced to a commanding 4-0 lead after a near-perfect start. However, hope remained alive as the first four-ball match was on the horizon—a format where U.S. players traditionally excelled. The opening contest featured Viktor Hovland and Tyrrell Hatton facing off against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, promising an exciting showdown.

Stay tuned for more thrilling Ryder Cup action as both teams battle for supremacy on the greens of Marco Simone Golf and Country Club.

Rewrite this Composition” 1057 am Schauffele demanded to make his birdie putt to keep them within reach but he could not sink it. Fleetwood gates in McIlroy’s excellent tee shot and it’s a 4- 0 lead after the morning session of day one at the 2023 Ryder Cup!

1054 am: McIlroy with an absolute peach puts Fleetwood within a many bases!

1050 am The four- balls have been blazoned!

1048 am Schauffele has the occasion to win the hole with a putt and does so with steady hands. They get it back to just one down as they head to the par- three 17th.

1038 am Schauffele misses and from nearly surely losing the hole, McIlroy/ Fleetwood win it and go 2 Up! Away, Europe goes 3- 0 up as Straka sinks his putt. Lowry celebrates with the crowd and pumps his fists.

1036 am An absolutely massive putt from Fleetwood and knocks it in to keep the lead. Just as the US’ expedients were over, he shuts the door.

1034 am Cantlay’s trouble from 33 bases hardly slides wide of the hole and Fleetwood has to make this to save the hole and keep a lead.

1029 am Xander and Cantlay are reeling McIlroy and Fleetwood in as they feel the heat after a wayward tee shot. They are still 1 reverse but have a great occasion to get to indeed.

1020 am Cantlay’s putt wins the hole and halves the deficiency to give them hope heading to the 15th.

1019 am Lowry lets a 3- wood loose off the tee and it slides way right. It’s so bad that it might actually be okay for Straka.

1004 am They sure enjoyed it out there this morning.

1000 am Hovland’s brilliant cellarage shot sees the US concede and they get the 4 & 3 palm over Homa and Harman.

958 am Fleetwood’s down- hill putt misses right and that was a good occasion to extend the lead to three.

953 am Hatton speaking to Sky after his round with Rahm” He is veritably positive between shots, great company and he is always right by your side. A great teammate.”

951 am The first point goes to Europe as Rahm and Hatton finish off a spectacular performance.

945 am It’s another European palm as McIlroy helps their match to 2 Up. They are closing in on a clean reach.

941 am So numerous missed fairways for the US this morning as Scheffler finds the rough this time.

936 am Cantlay halves yet another hole in the final and tightest match of the morning. It really does feel like that match will be the only chance of the US getting a point in this first session.

928 am Homa had a awful occasion to get it back to 2 down but he can not make the put and the alternate match remains the same with a European three- hole lead.

919 am Rory avoided the water but it meant a tough approach shot for Fleetwood and Cantlay pulls one back to bring the US within 1 at the turn.

10:57 AM: Schauffele faced a crucial birdie putt to stay competitive, but he couldn’t sink it. Fleetwood confidently tapped in McIlroy’s excellent tee shot, extending their lead to 4-0 after the morning session of day one at the 2023 Ryder Cup!

10:54 AM: McIlroy delivered an exceptional shot, placing Fleetwood within just a few feet of the hole.

10:50 AM: The four-ball pairings for the morning session have been revealed!

10:48 AM: Schauffele had the opportunity to seize the hole with a steady putt, and he did just that. They reduced the deficit to just one down as they moved to the par-three 17th.

10:38 AM: Schauffele missed his putt, seemingly on the brink of losing the hole, but McIlroy and Fleetwood made a comeback and won it, going 2 Up! Meanwhile, Europe extended their lead to 3-0 as Straka sunk his putt. Lowry celebrated with the crowd, pumping his fists.

10:36 AM: Fleetwood made an enormous putt, securing their lead just as the hopes of the US team were rising.

10:34 AM: Cantlay’s putt from 33 feet narrowly missed the hole, and Fleetwood had to make his to save the hole and maintain their lead.

10:29 AM: Xander and Cantlay were closing in on McIlroy and Fleetwood after a wayward tee shot, still trailing by just one. They had an excellent opportunity to level the score.

10:20 AM: Cantlay’s putt won the hole and reduced the deficit, giving them hope as they headed to the 15th.

10:19 AM: Lowry’s tee shot veered way right, perhaps surprisingly, which might actually work to Straka’s advantage.

10:04 AM: The players clearly enjoyed their morning session out on the course.

10:00 AM: Hovland’s brilliant bunker shot resulted in the US conceding, giving them a 4&3 victory over Homa and Harman.

9:58 AM: Fleetwood’s downhill putt missed to the right, a missed opportunity to extend their lead to three.

9:53 AM: Hatton spoke to Sky after his round with Rahm, praising his positive attitude and camaraderie, making him a great teammate.

9:51 AM: Europe secured the first point as Rahm and Hatton concluded a spectacular performance.

9:45 AM: Another European victory came as McIlroy helped their match go 2 Up. They were getting close to a clean sweep.

9:41 AM: The US struggled with missed fairways throughout the morning session, as Scheffler found the rough this time.

9:36 AM: Cantlay continued to halve holes in the final and tightest match of the morning, their best chance of securing a point in this session.

9:28 AM: Homa had a prime opportunity to reduce the deficit to 2 down but missed the putt, leaving the second match with a European three-hole lead.

9:19 AM: Rory’s avoidance of the water led to a challenging approach shot for Fleetwood, and Cantlay capitalized by pulling one back to bring the US within one at the turn.

9:15 AM: It had been a challenging morning for the US team.

9:13 AM: They managed to pull one back, a crucial one at the tenth. Fowler and Morikawa still had much work to do, trailing by three holes.

9:10 AM: Lowry’s tee shot at the tenth gave Fowler and Morikawa a glimmer of hope. The US team had yet to gain any advantages and needed to do so to mount a comeback.

9:04 AM: Rahm and Hatton extended their lead to 3 Up in the top game as they reached the 11th. It had been a sensational start for Europe, and the US needed a spark soon.

8:56 AM: Hovland was playing superbly, finding the green from the rough with the ball below the stance. Straka and Lowry were now 4 Up against Fowler and Morikawa!

8:48 AM: Rahm chipped in, igniting the crowd’s excitement. However, Scheffler remained composed and halved the hole.

8:45 AM: Europe held three-hole leads in games two and three, dominating the leaderboard with blue scores. The latest came from a 16-footer by Aberg.

8:37 AM: Morikawa found the water at the eighth, presenting a significant opportunity for Straka and Lowry to go 3 Up in that match.

8:33 AM: Burns managed to halve the hole! He owed it to Scottie for an excellent recovery shot that gave them a fighting chance, keeping them 2 Down.

8:29 AM: Scottie played a superb shot out of the rough, giving Burns a chance and providing the US with a slim chance of halving the hole.

8:27 AM: Morikawa couldn’t make his putt, and Europe now had three out of four matches 2 Up. Scheffler had taken a drop due to Burns’ water-bound ball, and the rough was incredibly thick.

8:19 AM: Burns found the water, worsening the situation in the top game. Meanwhile, the Europeans were near the green, looming with a 3 Up lead.

8:12 AM: Imagine if that shot had gone in…

8:10 AM: The leaderboard was now predominantly blue as McIlroy tapped in to put the Europeans 1 Up in yet another match.

8:07 AM: Aberg’s 12-footer birdie should have settled his nerves as he and Hovland regained a 2 Up lead.

7:58 AM: Rahm’s tee shot forced the US to concede after he hit the pin at the par-three seventh.

7:54 AM: Lowry and Straka moved 2 Up, and Harman couldn’t halve the hole in the second pairing.

7:50 AM: Burns finished the 6th hole with a six-footer, bringing them back within one.

7:45 AM: After Lowry’s superb approach shot, Straka finished it off to put the Europeans 1 Up in that match.

7:40 AM: Aberg couldn’t quite halve the hole, and after being 2 Up through 2, the US team leveled it up in the second match.

7:37 AM: Rahm sank a four-footer for birdie, showing no signs of nerves out there.

7:35 AM: We believe Shane enjoyed that one…

7:31 AM: Homa pulled one back for the US with a nice putt, reducing the deficit to one behind.

7:24 AM: Now, all pairings are underway as both McIlroy and Cantlay just missed the fairway.

7:20 AM: Hovland rolled in a putt at the second hole to go 2 Up through 2.

7:16 AM: Rahm birdied the third hole to go 1 Up, with Europe gaining early momentum.

7:14 AM: The match between Rory, Tommy, Schauffele

Foursome results

EuropeUnited StatesScore
Rahm/HattonScheffler/Burns4 & 3
Hovland/AbergHoma/Harman4 & 3
Lowry/StrakaFowler/Morikawa2 & 1
McIlroy/FleetwoodSchauffele/Cantlay2 & 1




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