What to expect from the Ryder Cup on Saturday

With a busy weekend for golf, there is going to be a lot of action on the course.

The Ryder Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world and it’s always going to attract a huge amount of interest and coverage.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to your coverage.

* What time is it?

Ryder Cup coverage is going live on the Ryder Classic Facebook page.

* Are there cameras on the courses?

Yes, there are cameras on each of the courses.

It’s important to keep an eye on the live stream so you can keep an ear to the ground for any signs of trouble.

* Can you go on the golf course?

Yes.

All of the venues will be closed and it will be your job to take in the action.

You will be able to see and hear the action from your seat in the pavilion, but it is important to be aware of the potential for trouble as well.

* Do you have to bring your own gear?

The first course to be closed is the North Carolina Country Club.

This course is a bit of a challenge because there are no greens to play on.

It will be open for players to use for practice and will have the first tee to be cut in order to get to the next tee.

This will be the only course open on Saturday.

You can check out the full list of closed venues on the Golf Channel.

* Will there be water?

Yes but you will need to be prepared to have to drink.

The first tee will be water only but water bottles will be provided for those who want to bring water.

The course will be completely covered with a layer of sand and there will be no water available at the start of the round.

* How long will the tournament last?

The event will run for three days from June 16 to June 22.

If there are any rain delays you can still catch the action on your TV or your phone.