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29 November 2022
30 November 2022

About the Event

The focus of the sporting world will be on the scenic shores of Lake Michigan at Whistling Straits as the Ryder Cup visits Wisconsin for the first time this September 21-26.

The Ryder Cup began in 1927 and is one of the preeminent international sporting events contested in the world today. The biennial matches, featuring competition between 24 of the top professional golfers from the United States and Europe, have created some of the most dramatic and exciting moments in sports. Whistling Straits will prove to be a remarkable backdrop for this historic event.

Traveling to Whistling Straits

Whistling Straits is located outside Sheboygan, Wisconsin, approximately one hour north of Milwaukee. Take I-43 North for a simple, direct route through rolling hills of Wisconsin farmland.

Getting to Milwaukee

Milwaukee is located within a day's drive of one-third of the U.S. population, and Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport is conveniently located just eight miles away from downtown. Milwaukee is also served by the Amtrak Hiawatha line and several bus services through the Milwaukee Intermodal Station.

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Play at Kohler

Want to try your hand at the Ryder Cup course? The Straits will be open in the lead-up to the tournament and after play ends on September 26. Test your skill and see how you match up to the golfers of Team USA and Team Europe.

Blackwolf Run, another highly acclaimed pair of courses located just a short drive away, will remain open to the public throughout the tournament.


The Ultimate Golf Getaway

America's Top Golf Destination

Ready to explore Wisconsin's courses for yourself? Milwaukee is the ideal homebase for your golf getaway in the state GolfAdvisor named the top golf destination of 2017. With so many elite tournament courses available for public play all within a few hours drive, you get to spend more time on the green.

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