THE Ryder Cup is almost here as Europe defend the trophy against the USA at Whistling Straights.
A world-class event like this requires a star-studded lineup to show it on the box – and Sky Sports’ punditry team do not disappoint.
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Who are Sky Sports’ pundits for the Ryder Cup?
Postponed from a year ago, the Ryder Cup is taking place on American shores this time around.
The bi-annual competition sees a team from the USA battle a team from Europe over three days of tense golf.
Sky Sports have the rights to show the Ryder Cup live here in the UK, with coverage throughout the tournament from 11am BST daily.
Here are the main players in the studio and out on the course over the next few days:
A former winner on the European Tour, ex-golfer Andrew has been a familiar voice to Sky Sports viewers for a decade.
He joined the station in 2011, with his highest finish in a Major T18th in the 1999 Open Championship.
Another former pro, American icon Butch is best known for teaching some of the all-time greats.
He was coach to Tiger Woods from 1993 to 2004, as well as Phil Mickelson, Ernie Else, Stewart Cink and David Love III.
Sky’s roaming reporter out on the fairways, Rich won the 2002 PGA Championship and was ranked as high as 16th in the world.
Ryder Cup royalty, McGinley has been a stalwart of the Sky studios for the past few years.
He famously holed a monster putt to win the 2002 Ryder Cup for Europe and had four career wins on the European Tour.
A former presenter on MUTV, Sarah worked for a number of news agencies before joining up with Sky in 2012.
She has a 7 handicap on the course and founded a golf break company called Xclusive Golf in 2009.
Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnson
Appearing daily on the Ryder Cup breakfast show, Beef is a fan favourite on tour and all round good guy.
The 32-year-old will be a popular addition to the coverage after failing to reach any of the Major’s so far this year.
How can I watch the Ryder Cup?
Tune into Sky Sports Ryder Cup and Main Event to watch every shot of the tournament live in the UK.
If you want to stream and don’t have a Sky account, grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 and download the app on your mobile, tablet or PC.
Sky customers can stream wherever they are using the Sky Go app.