After a record defeat at Whistling Straits two years ago, the Europeans are back on home soil and have put Team USA to the sword from the very first tee shot. A 7-1 record across the two foursomes sessions has been behind the dominance, and Luke Donald’s side hold a 10½-5½ heading into the final day.
Rory McIlroy clashed after play yesterday with Patrick Cantlay’s caddie following som exuberant celebrations on the 18th tee, and he’ll be looking to take that out on Sam Burns when the pair face off. Jon Rahm is first out for the Europeans, going up against world number one Scottie Scheffler in a blockbuster encounter.
Viktor Hovland is also out early for Europe as they look to get the job done as quickly as possible, though Tommy Fleetwood is one of those in the later matches, against Rickie Fowler, should it start to get tight.
How to watch Ryder Cup 2023
TV channel: The action will be broadcast in their entirety across Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf. Coverage gets underway at 9am BST on Sunday morning, ahead of the opening tee shot at 10:35am, and runs through all the way to the final shot of the day.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers can stream the action via the SkyGo app.
Highlights: Day three highlights are available on BBC Two and iPlayer at 7.30pm.
Live blog: You can follow every shot with Standard Sport’s dedicated LIVE blog!