You can watch Ryder Cup 2021 live on NBC sports through AT&T TV now. 2021 Ryder Cup Live Stream Free Online. tee times, TV schedule, live streams Golf Channel and NBC will split live coverage of the 2021 Ryder Cup. Golf Channel will exclusively air the first rounds of the tournament on Friday with NBC taking over for most of the weekend coverage on Saturday and Sunday.
& more to watch Day 1 coverage in the USA. Three years later, Team Europe is looking to defend its Ryder Cup title after last year’s tournament was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year.
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"We went back and went over every little lesson, every problem, everything the players like and don’t like," Davis Love III told Golf Digest. "The PGA of America got it, like, ‘Yeah, we’re wearing you guys down by partying every night.’ ”
Thus began a slight reduction in the number of dinners and other events jammed into the days leading up to the event for the Americans. This year, U.S. Captain Steve Stricker has lightened the load to an even greater degree.
"I don't enjoy getting dressed up and getting all … or [his wife] Nicki, for that matter," Stricker said Tuesday. "She's very casual, and I'm very casual. So we're trying to bring this attitude of relaxation and having a good time and being very casual. And we're hopefully rubbing off on the team that we're just here to have a good fun time."
That means dinners with each other every night—but only with each other and only in informal settings. On Monday, they ate at the team room at the team hotel (The American Club), and on Tuesday, dinner was at an actual barn.
"Last night, we spent time in a barn together, which was a cool setting," Xander Schauffele said Wednesday. "There's small talk, sort of talks that we're not really used to having at normal tournaments since we normally have our own teams with us."
Patrick Cantlay echoed Schauffele's sentiments on the benefits of Stricker's laid-back thinking behind the off-course endeavors.
"I think bonding with the guys is really cool," Cantlay said. "I think golf misses that so much because we're all individuals and we almost bond with our own, like, team unit. We'll travel with our teams. So that's where that bonding takes place on a regular week. This week, I'm having dinner with DJ or Daniel Berger or whatever it would be. ... I think they can be more of themselves with less protectiveness. ... This week is great for just seeing those people with their guard down because we see them all the time, but we don't necessarily have a real conversation with them or say, 'How are you feeling?' or 'how is your family?' or whatever it may be because we're all so busy doing our own things."
Stricker admitted that the pandemic has made it easier to forgo some of the usual obligations, such as the dinner with Team Europe that would normally take place close to the start of play.
"My goal coming in there was to kind of cut some of that out, and then COVID has kind of helped us do that,” Stricker said. “We're doing the sensible things."
According to Collin Morikawa, even Bryson DeChambeau is getting into the mix. Morikawa was fascinated by a conversation DeChambeau and Jordan Spieth was having, which went beyond the level of discussions he had ever had, and he couldn't stop himself from eavesdropping. When asked for the topic of conversation, he had a short answer: "they were just talking about wedges."
"Trust me," he said, "it was a very interesting conversation."
Morikawa named Phil Mickelson as the best storyteller but had a caveat.
"I don't know if he's telling the truth at this point,” Morikawa said. “You get to a certain age and you kind of just … you make stuff up, and I have a hard time believing some of the stuff I heard, but it is what it is."
Stricker, for his part, is thrilled with the way the team has come together and thinks the camaraderie of the week has translated to the golf course.
"They were goofing around and having fun with one another," he said, "and that's no different when we get back to the team room."
Stricker has the job of balancing six Ryder Cup rookies with the six surviving players from USA's 17.5-10.5 loss in the 2018 contest, as the hosts look to regain the trophy on home soil.
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, who won three of their four matches together in Paris, are in the same group for the second day running, while Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele - who joined forces in all four sessions of USA's Presidents Cup win in 2019 and play together on Tuesday - complete that group.
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