Drivers used by the European Ryder Cup team at Whistling Straits


It’s finally here after a year of delay, Ryder Cup week.

As we explained last week, The Whistling Strait, site of the Ryder Cup, is long and difficult. The PGA of America can stretch it up to 7,390 meters. Along Lake Michigan in Wisconsin, and has holes that wander over sand dunes flanked by bunkers, fescue grass, and rough terrain.

Last week we shared which drivers the U.S. Ryder Cup team players will be using. This week, we give you the 12 members of Team Europe and the pilots we anticipate their use in the biennial event.

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