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Experience Ryder Cup 2020
Whistling Straits, Wisconsin . September 24–28, 2020

Cheer for Your Team at Ryder Cup 2020

Ryder Cup 2020, the most dramatic event in professional golf, offers no prize money. Golfers from around the world compete for a far more patriotic reward, winning for their home team.

While other tournaments like The Masters encourage a quiet crowd, chants of “U-S-A! U-S-A!” or some version of a European song more appropriate for a soccer match fill the Ryder Cup tee boxes. Players even get booed, making the atmosphere electric.

Everyone loves match play, and the 43rd Ryder Cup is no exception when it returns to American soil in 2020 at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin. Every two years, players from Europe and the United States go head-to-head in a tense battle, showcasing camaraderie and incredible shotmaking.

Our Ryder Cup 2020 Experience

You get there, and we take care of the rest! Once you arrive, you’ll enjoy a 4-night experience (check-in Thursday, September 24; check-out Monday, September 28).

All our packages include:

  • Ryder Cup 2020 tickets for the 3-day tournament (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
  • Exclusive lodging in Milwaukee
  • Daily roundtrip motorcoach to Whistling Straits
  • Professional daily assistance: ask us anything
  • Roundtrip airport transfers
  • Welcome happy hour
  • Daily breakfast

Packages start at $3650 per person, based on double occupancy.

Lodgings

We’re hard at work finding the best hotel options in Milwaukee for Ryder Cup 2020. When traveling with Bucket List Events, you will stay in a comfortable and convenient hotel with great amenities and excellent service.

Check back soon for lodging updates!

Ryder Cup 2020 Site

As one of the best U.S. championship courses, Whistling Straits has hosted the PGA Championships three times (2004, 2010, & 2015) and the 2007 U.S. Senior Open. Now it will become the first public course to host the Ryder Cup in 29 years. The Pete Dye design hugs two miles of rugged Lake Michigan shoreline and is truly breathtaking.

Ryder Cup 2020 will be where the U.S. looks to take the trophy back as Europe currently holds the trophy after a relatively smooth seven-point victory at Ryder Cup 2018.