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Ryder Cup 2012: schedule and teams


Schedule and teams for the Ryder Cup 2012 golf match between hosts the United States and holders Europe to be played at Medinah Country Club outside Chicago from September 28-30.

There will be full live coverage in HD on SuperSport, with SuperSport.com also streaming all the action live, complemented by video highlights.

SCHEDULE

all times CAT (SA, GMT+2)

Thursday, Sept 27
11pm-00am:
Opening ceremony

Friday, Sept 28
2:20pm:
Foursomes tee times start
7:05/8:05pm: Fourball tee times start

Saturday, Sept 29
2:20pm:
Foursomes tee times start
7:05pm: Fourball tee times start

Sunday, Sept 30
6:03 - 8:04pm:
Singles tee times
00:30am (Mon): Closing ceremony (approx. 30mins after play concludes)

TEAMS

US Europe

Captain: Davis Love III

Assistants: Fred Couples and Mike Hulbert

Players:
Tiger Woods
Bubba Watson
Jason Dufner
Keegan Bradley
Webb Simpson
Zach Johnson
Matt Kuchar
Phil Mickelson
Dustin Johnson - captain's pick
Jim Furyk - captain's pick
Brandt Snedeker - captain's pick
Steve Stricker - captain's pick

Captain: Jose Maria Olazabal

Assistants: Thomas Bjorn, Darren Clarke and Paul McGinley.

Players:
Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)
Justin Rose (England)
Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland)
Paul Lawrie (Scotland)
Francesco Molinari (Italy)
Luke Donald (England)
Lee Westwood (England)
Sergio Garcia (Spain)
Peter Hanson (Sweden)
Martin Kaymer (Germany)
Ian Poulter (England) - captain's pick
Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium) - captain's pick.

Live Video Streaming

Fri, 18 Apr @ 05:00
Mon, 21 Apr @ 09:00
Mon, 21 Apr @ 14:30
Mon, 21 Apr @ 15:30

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