The Ryder Cup is held every two years. It alternates between a European venue and an American one, so the Ryder Cup is played in America only once every four years. The event pits two teams of 12 golfers, one from America and one from Europe. The team with the most points wins.What is the Ryder Cup format?
The Ryder Cup tournament is played every two years and is contested by teams of male professional golfers, one team representing Europe and the other representing the United States. The format currently in use is this: Play takes place over three days and includes foursomes, fourball and singles match play, a total of 28 matches.Where is the Ryder Cup located?
Location. The Ryder Cup is played every other year, alternating locations between the United States and Europe. The 2010 Ryder Cup is to be played at The Celtic Manor in Newport, Wales.