2023 Ryder Cup Team Comparison

It is Ryder Cup week, this time from Rome Italy. Europe will be looking to bounce back after getting dominated by the U.S. in 2021, the U.S. winning 19-9.

According to our Power Rankings, both teams have their top-10 players all currently ranked in the top-100. This means pretty much all players are coming in to the matches in good form. It looks like for Europe to win it will be 14.5 – 13.5, but I will predict the U.S. will hold the cup after a 14-14 tie. Every point will be critical for both teams.

Viktor Hovland 22.29 (1)Max Homa 20.88 (2)
Rory McIlroy 20.79 (4)Scottie Scheffler 16.96 (7)
Tommy Fleetwood 18.54 (5)Patrick Cantlay 15.04 (15)
Ludvig Aberg 17.96 (6)Xander Schauffele 14.71 (15)
Matt Fitzpatrick 15.06 (13)Brian Harman 12.88 (25)
Jon Rahm 12.13 (29)Collin Morikawa 11.58 (32)
Nicolai Hojgaard 11.54 (33)Brooks Koepka 10.83 (37)
Tyrrell Hatton 9.08 (60)Wyndham Clark 10.54 (40)
Sepp Straka 8.71 (64)Sam Burns 10.08 (47)
Shane Lowry 7.33 (80)Justin Thomas 8.42 (68)
Justin Rose 1.71 (240)Rickie Fowler 5.13 (120)
Robert MacIntyre 1.38 (260)Jordan Spieth 3.83 (160)

Lilia Vu Wins AIG Women’s Open Championship for Second Major


Lila Vu shot a 5-under 67 to win the AIG Women’s Open by 6-shots at the Walton Heath Golf Club, finishing at 14-under par. Charley Hull, who started the day tied with Vu, finished runnerup.

The win is Vu’s second major of the year, having won the Chevron, and her third title overall.

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Celine Boutier Wins Women’s Scottish Open for 2nd Straight Win


Celine Boutier won the Women’s Scottish Open by two shots over Hyo Joo Kim. The win is Boutier’s second in as many weeks, one week after winning the Evian Championship.

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