And so it begins! If Sunday at the 2018 Ryder Cup is anywhere near as exciting as the first two days, then you're in a for a real treat today. It's time for the Day 3 Singles and we'll tell you how to live stream the Ryder Cup finale no matter where you live – it's even FREE to live stream if you're in the US.
It's surely Europe's for the taking? Four points up going into the Sunday of a Ryder Cup certainly suggests that, but the US team will inevitably have been watching videos of Brookline and Medinah on repeat for inspiration for an unlikely turn around.
Sunday sees every player of each team play in singles matchplay golf. That means there are 12 points in total to play for – more than enough for the USA to overturn the deficit. Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy go out first at 12.05am local time (11.05am BST, 6.05am ET, 3.05am PT), with Bryson DeChambeau vs Alex Noren finishing things off. Leading the European troops at Le Golf National is Thomas Bjørn, desperate to wrestle back the Ryder Cup. But opposition captain Kim Furyk has no shortage of talent at his disposal to stop him.
Find out who will come out on top in 2018 by following the instructions below and tuning into a 2018 Ryder Cup live stream from wherever you find yourself in the world without paying a penny.
Watch all the singles games at RyderCup.com for FREE
Great news for golf fans in North America and Canada – the Ryder Cup's official site will be showing all the action for free. There may be some late nights/early mornings involved for US viewers to catch the action from France, but tuning in online should be a breeze wherever you are.
Live stream the Ryder Cup Day 3 from anywhere
How to watch the 2018 Ryder Cup: UK stream
Alternative ways to watch Ryder Cup golf in the US
There are number of options for watching the 2018 Ryder Cup golf if you're stateside:
– That live stream at RyderCup.com is the obvious way. Although you'll be limited to what the website wants to show you and we doubt the coverage will have the sheen and depth of most dedicated broadcasters.
– If you're at home and have cable, then NBC is the official broadcaster. The network will be splitting coverage between its main sports channels and it's specialist station, the Golf Channel, which is available from most cable providers. NBC has promised 220 hours of coverage to get right under the Ryder Cup bonnet this year.
– If you're outside the US this weekend but want to access one of the above options, then you can use a VPN service to effectively transport your computer, phone or tablet's IP back to a US location.
Sunday's Ryder Cup singles schedule:
Rory McIlroy vs Justin Thomas starts at 12.05pm local time (11.05am BST, 6.05am ET, 3.05am PT)
Paul Casey v Brooks Koepka starts at 12.17pm local time
Justin Rose v Webb Simpson starts at 12.29pm local time
Jon Rahm vs Tiger Woods starts at 12.41pm local time
Tommy Fleetwood vs Tony Finau starts at 12.53pm local time
Ian Poulter vs Dustin Johnson starts at 1.05pm local time
Thorbjorn Olesen vs Jordan Spieth starts at 1.17pm local time
Sergio Garcia vs Rickie Fowler starts at 1.29pm local time
Francesco Molinari vs Phil Mickelson starts at 1.41pm local time
Tyrrell Hatton vs Patrick Reed starts at 1.53pm local time
Henrik Stenson vs Bubba Watson starts at 2.05pm local time
Alex Noren vs Bryson DeChambeau starts at 2.17pm local time (1.17pm BST, 8.05am ET, 5.05am PT)
Europe team for the 2018 Ryder Cup
- Paul Casey
- Tommy Fleetwood
- Sergio Garcia
- Tyrell Hatton
- Rory McIlroy
- Francesco Molinari
- Alex Noren
- Thorbjørn Olesen
- Ian Poulter
- Jon Rahm
- Justin Rose
- Henrik Stenson
US team for the 2018 Ryder Cup
- Bryson Dechambeau
- Tony Finau
- Ricky Fowler
- Dustin Johnson
- Brooks Koepka
- Phil Mickelson
- Patrick Reed
- Webb Simpson
- Jordan Spieth
- Justin Thomas
- Bubba Watson
- Tiger Woods
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