Paddy Power pays out on Europe to win Ryder Cup after awesome foursomes

Ole, ole, ole, ole!


There’s fast starts and then there’s this. Paddy’s already PAID OUT on Europe winning the 2023 Ryder Cup after they blitzed the Americans 4-0 to leave the Yanks feeling blue at Marco Simone in Rome.

It was the first time they’d ever gone 4-0 on the first morning of a Ryder Cup and Paddy’s seen enough to hit the big blue and yellow pay out button to the tune of a sweet six-figure sum.

So congratulations to you if you backed the home team in all pre-tournament Europe to Win outright singles.

Winnings will be paid as cash and there’s no max stake applied to the pay out with online and in-store bets qualifying, too. Oh, and that includes our Play Card Turbo Price of 4/1, for you folks who snapped that up.

What could possibly go wrong? The last time we did something of this scale, it involved paying out on Hilary Clinton as the next US President and it bit us in the bunker.

But, while Luke Donald and his lads will have to wait until Sunday afternoon to get their hands on the most thrilling Cup in all of golf, Paddy’s punters are advised to keep a keen eye on their accounts as winnings are winging their way to you quicker than a Team USA collapse.

Shop customers can head over to your nearest store for a little pre-weekend pay out.

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It seems that no amount of surly-looking American golfers, oil money or men in stars-and-stripes clothing shouting, ‘USA. USA, USA’ until red in the face can turn this around.

And we couldn’t be happier

Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton trounced Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns 4 & 3 before Viktor Hovland and rookie Ludvig Aberg repeated that feat a few minutes later against Max Homa and Brian Harman.

The other two matches in the opening session were a little tighter but still felt comfortable with Shane Lowry and Sepp Straka besting Rickie Fowler and Collin Morikawa 2 & 1. Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood then showed all their class to make is a whitewash against Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlayby the same score line.

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