Americas, USA

Ryder Cup 2025

Fri 26 Sep 2025 - Sun 28 Sep 2025

For sports fans, nothing can match the thrill of watching a Ryder Cup live - a once-in-a-lifetime experience that should not be missed. After a sensational European victory in Rome, Team USA will be seeking revenge on home soil which is sure to be another thrilling contest.

In 2025, the Ryder Cup travels to the world-renowned Bethpage State Park, becoming the second-ever New York course to host this prestigious event. Stay in the centre of New York City at The Lexington Hotel, located just around the corner from Grand Central Station. This unbeatable Ryder Cup Package gives you the perfect opportunity to combine your tournament experience with a city break in The Big Apple.

  • Witness thrilling matches between USA & Europe
  • Soak up the vibrant city of New York
  • Experience the first tee atmosphere
  • Support Team Europe away from home
  • Watch the world's greatest players battle it out
  • Extend your stay for a bucket-list trip

Experience the electric Ryder Cup atmosphere

The Ryder Cup is globally renowned as one of the most competitive matches in sport and to watch this historic event live is an opportunity that can't be missed. The best of the best are put to the ultimate test in a match that demands pure determination, skill and devotion to the game.

Although the players put on an unforgettable performance, the crowd is what makes the Ryder Cup so special, and you can be part of the action in 2025. Grandstands and big screens scattered across the course as well as spectator villages, the buzz amongst the galleries is electric – and you certainly don’t have to be a golfer to appreciate this!

When it comes to crowd engagement, nothing can compare to the Ryder Cup, with the match-play format creating the kind of competition and atmosphere you simply can't find at other sporting events. With enthused crowds, eccentric fan attire, and extreme pressure on matches, there are so many reasons to go to the Ryder Cup!

Ryder Cup 2025 at Bethpage Black

Golf at Bethpage State Park has a rich history, first opening it's doors back in 1936. It has since hosted the U.S. Open Championship in 2002 later returning in 2009 and the PGA Championship in 2019.

The Black Course is renowned for being extremely difficult proven in 2002 with Tiger Woods being the sole player to finish under par in the U.S. Open Championship. The 90-hole complex is situated less than an hour from the centre of New York City where the 7,468-yard Black Course lies.

The course is considered to be one of the top 100 courses worldwide and is even open to the public. The New York area is known for having some of the rowdiest golf fans which will be sure to make this an entertaining and unforgettable clash.

New York City

Stay in the centre of this vibrant city and experience its diverse culture and breathtaking skyline.

Daily tournament transportation

Travel to and from the Ryder Cup via Grand Central Station.

On-site Events Team

Our dedicated and experienced on-site team will ensure your trip runs smoothly.

Cheer on Team Europe

Celebrate with other fans and soak up the lively Ryder Cup atmosphere.

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We have a team dedicated to making every tournament experience an unforgettable one.

Whether it’s your first tournament or your 100th, our team will guide you every step of the way. They’ll use first-hand knowledge to help you experience the world’s best golf tournaments.

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Witness Ryder Cup history being made

The Ryder Cup is now regarded as one of the greatest sporting events on the calendar. Samuel Ryder, from whom the cup gets its name, was inspired by the 1926 match at Wentworth when Abe Mitchell teamed up with George Duncan to defeat the great Open champions, James Barnes and Walter Hagen. In the bar after the game, Ryder declared ‘We must do this again’. The rest is history...

When officially introduced in 1927, the two teams competing were originally Great Britain and the United States. The US got off to an impressive start, winning the first five Ryder Cup competitions. This dominance continued both before and after the Second World War, which led to the inclusion of European players in 1979, where the playing field became a lot more even.

In recent years, the Ryder Cup has brought to our screens some of the most memorable displays in the cup’s history. Many of you will have witnessed the ‘Miracle of Medinah’ in 2012, the United States' brilliant display at Hazeltine in 2016, and Europe’s demolition job at Le Golf National in 2018. Needless to say, the trend over the past decade has been a back-and-forth tussle with each team winning on their home soil.

Things to do in New York

In the city that never sleeps, there's an endless supply of things to do and see. As you explore its streets, stadiums, bars, and restaurants, be sure to absorb the indescribable spirit that defines New York City.

Aside from the golf and beyond the fairways there is an abundance of activities to get up to. While in the land of America, it is definitely worth immersing yourself in the culture and watching an American sport. Home to two MLB (major league baseball) teams you can see the New York Yankees and New York Mets. If baseball isn't your style you could watch a New York Knicks basketball game at Madison Square Garden.

The city's allure extends far beyond its sports culture even within its own architecture from its timeless charm of historic buildings to the modern skyscrapers that shape the skyline. Be sure to explore iconic landmarks like Times Square, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty. Take a stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge for breathtaking views.

Immerse yourself into the culture with the array of enticing street food, from classic hot dogs and pretzels to international flavours that span the globe. Don't forget to enjoy a classic New York-style pizza or savour a bagel with cream cheese at a local deli. New York's diverse culinary scene is a feast for the senses, and each bite tells a story of the city's rich culture.

Our experts say...

"If you haven’t considered going to a Ryder Cup, get it on your bucket list ASAP as I can assure you that you will not be disappointed."

Mark Bell

Golfbreaks Expert

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We offer experiences to suit everyone. From playing the tournament course to watching golf’s most illustrious events with green-side hospitality.

If you have any special requests - such as playing some golf of your own – simply ask one of our specialists.

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