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The hype is building for the 44th edition of the Ryder Cup as Europe and the USA prepare to go to battle on the fairways and greens once again.
The Marco Simone Golf & Country Club near Rome is the setting for proceedings from Friday, September 29 to Sunday, October 1 as Italy stages the competition for the first time in history.
Team USA make the trip across the pond in possession of the Ryder Cup after an emphatic 19-9 victory on home soil two years ago.
Zach Johnson, a two-time major winner, captains the visitors while former world number one Luke Donald leads Europe in their bid for redemption.
The big question for Paddy Power punters on the eve of the tournament, however, is which team are the favourites to win the Ryder Cup?
Despite their wretched record in Europe, the USA head to Italy as the leading fancies in Paddy Power’s Outright Winner market. They have not come out on top away from home since a 15–13 triumph at The Belfry, England in 1993.
It is a case of out with the old and in with the new for Europe as four players – Ludvig Aberg, Nicolai Hojgaard, Robert MacIntyre and Sepp Strakaare – set to make their Ryder Cup debuts so the hosts are currently odds-against in our betting.
There has not been a Tie in the Ryder Cup since 1989 when Europe retained the trophy so it’s hardly surprising that the draw is rated as an unlikely outcome by our team of traders.
Ryder Cup odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app.
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