Sky Sports will be showing the Ryder Cup again this year whilst the BBC will have highlights
Ryder Cup TV Coverage 2018
The Ryder Cup is on the horizon and golf fans will once again be able to catch all of the action live on Sky Sports.
Le Golf National hosts the match in Paris which is one of the most hyped in years.
USA are favourites to defend the trophy after winning it back at Hazeltine two years ago, but an American side hasn't won the Ryder Cup on European soil in 25 years.
The match takes place from Friday 28th September to Sunday 30th September, here is how to watch the action...
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Ryder Cup TV Coverage 2018 - Sky Sports
Sky will be showing all three days live along with plenty of build up including the Celebrity Match on Tuesday, the Captain's Match on Thursday afternoon and the Opening Ceremony on Thursday evening.
Tuesday 25th September - Live Ryder Cup Celebrity Match - Sky Sports Golf from 2pm
Wednesday 26th September - Live Ryder Cup On The Range - Sky Sports Golf 2pm
Thursday 27th September - Live Ryder Cup Captain's Match - Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf from 2pm
Thursday 27th September - Live Ryder Cup Opening Ceremony - Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf from 4pm
Friday 28th September - Live Ryder Cup Opening Day - Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf from 6.30am
Saturday 29th September - Live Ryder Cup Second Day - Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf from 6.30am
Sunday 30th September - Live Ryder Cup Final Day - Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Golf from 9.30am
Not a Sky Sports customer and want to watch the Ryder Cup? Now TV is the way.
Ryder Cup TV Coverage 2018 - BBC
The BBC will also be broadcasting the Ryder Cup with a highlights show, presented by lead golf anchor Eilidh Barbour.
Friday 28th September – Day One Highlights BBC Two 8.30pm – 10.30pm (9pm – 11pm in Wales)
Saturday 29th September – Day Two Highlights BBC Two 8.30pm – 10.30pm (9pm – 11pm in Wales)
Sunday 30th September – Final Day Highlights BBC Two 7.30pm – 9.30pm
BBC Radio 5 Live will have live coverage of the tournament - timings here.
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