Ryder Cup 2020 Packages
(25th - 27th September)
For golf fans, nothing can match the thrill of watching a Ryder Cup live – it really is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. After a thrilling US victory at Hazeltine National, followed by a disappointing loss at Le Golf National, the American Team will be looking to seek revenge on home soil in 2020. If you want to be there to cheer on Team USA at Whistling Straits, then contact our Golf Vacation Specialists today.
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Your package at a glance...
5 Night Package
5 nights' accommodation at Plaza Hotel Milwaukee
Thursday - Sunday Ryder Cup tickets with International Pavilion Access
Pitch & Run Party
Official 2020 Souvenir Pack
Deluxe Course Transportation
Ryder Cup VIP Vacation
4 days at the Ryder Cup - Thursday practice day and the 3 match days with International Pavilion Access
Team USA Pitch & Run Party - including dinner, drinks & live entertainment
Official Ryder Cup souvenir
Deluxe daily transfers
Golfbreaks onsite support team
Only want to go for the weekend...? Speak to our Golf Vacation Specialists about our 3 night package which includes Saturday and Sunday tickets.
Your package in detail...
Includes access to the Pitch & Run Party. Immerse yourself in the stories of past tournaments and discussions from the opening day of play by Ryder Cup legends, while dining on the unique 'Tastes of the Midwest' menu. The Pitch & Run party is the perfect atmosphere to mix and mingle with other Ryder Cup fans as you enjoy bourbon tasting, on-site cigar rollers and live entertainment, as well as other special treats.
5 nights' accommodation at the Plaza Hotel Milwaukee Downtown. Base your Ryder Cup experience in the spacious, art-deco rooms provided, with complimentary Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant to sample local Milwaukee cuisine. We have exclusive access to this hotel which allows us to have all of our Team USA Golfbreaks customers in one place, as well as Golfbreaks.com staff on hand at all times.
We have chosen to upgrade all of our tickets to The International Pavilion Access which is a climate controlled chalet, located on the tournament grounds. It has big screen televisions, a variety of food and beverage options for purchase. Sun patios, scoring monitors and a lively atmosphere make the International Pavilion a fantastic place to enjoy the Ryder Cup, as well as the added bonus of skipping all the queues!
The hotel is located an hour transfer from the course, with exclusive Team USA Fan Course Transportation included each day.
More about the Ryder Cup
Every 2 years, the golfing world ignites itself with an eclectic display of drama, sportsmanship and camaraderie from 24 of the world’s best golfers. When the Ryder Cup was formally introduced in 1927, the two competing teams were originally Great Britain and the United States, with the USA players dominating the competition up until 1983, losing just three matches since its beginning. The last three decades, however, have shown a level playing field between the two teams. From the ‘Miracle of Medinah’ in 2012, to the United States' sensational display at Hazeltine in 2016, the Ryder Cup simply always delivers!
Can Steve Stricker help bring home the Cup for the first back-to-back home win since 1983? Or will Europe successfully defend their title from 2018 at Le Golf National? Whatever the odds, the stage is set for a truly incredible experience at Whistling Straits.
Whistling Straits: An authentic links test
Bestowed a beautiful location, on the edge of Lake Michigan, Whistling Straits is one of America’s greatest championship courses. Crafted from an uninspiring strip of a disused airfield, Pete Dye has done a remarkable job transforming the Wisconsin venue into an authentic links test. Such is the standard of the Straits Course that Whistling Straits has already played host to three US PGA Championships, as well as the US Senior Open in 2007, with the world's best players universally agreeing that the layout is one of the finest on the planet.
With a host of dramatic holes set against Lake Michigan, the course is guaranteed to serve up plenty of drama come the 2020 Ryder Cup. You don’t want to miss it…
Milwaukee: America's Dairyland
Located in Wisconsin in a shallow valley, on Lake Michigan’s western shore lies a small but beautiful city that continues to be overlooked despite its stunning scenery, charming characteristics and its diversity. Milwaukee is situated just an hour south of Whistling Straits and 90 miles north of Chicago.
Known for being the beer capital of the United States, the city of Milwaukee has had a tradition of beer drinking and making for over 175 years. When German immigrants settled in the area around the mid-1800s, they brought with them their skills and knowledge of producing high-quality beers. Overtime a collective of well-known brewers have emerged including the likes of Miller, Pabst and Schlitz. Equally, the city prides itself on its dairy industry, with the state of Wisconsin producing 30% of the country's entire cheese production!
Past Ryder Cup Venues
As you’d expect, The Ryder Cup has been played at some of the finest courses across Europe and the US. From stateside favorites such as Kiawah Island and Pinehurst, to dramatic layouts across the pond at Royal Birkdale, The K Club and Gleneagles, The Ryder Cup doesn't do average courses. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to play a world-class course, take a look at some past Ryder Cup venues...