The biggest team event in men's golf began on Friday (24 September), with the 43rd Ryder Cup getting underway at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin, USA.
Europe and USA are going head-to-head in the matchplay format, with the Europeans aiming to retain the cup they won in 2018.
After being delayed by a year due to the pandemic, Sergio Garcia struck the opening tee shot of the 2021 event into a bunker, but he and Spanish compatriot Jon Rahm recovered to tie the hole with Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth in the opening foursomes.
Ryder Cup 2020 in 2021
There are 14 of the world's top 16 male golfers competing over the three days of competition.
Reigning Olympic men's champion Xander Schauffele is part of the 12-man American team, while world number one Rahm is the top name on Team Europe.