Keep up to speed with the qualification criteria and up-to-date standings here
Here are the Ryder Cup standings for both the European and visiting American teams. The USA team, captained by Zach Johnson, will defend their title against the hosts, led by Henrik Stenson, at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Rome, Italy, from September 29-October 1, 2023.
Team USA Ryder Cup standings
The USA Ryder Cup standings will remain the same for 2023. Six players will qualify from a points system, with Captain Johnson then making up the other six players from his picks.
“I appreciate that the hard decisions are in my lap. I love that responsibility,” Johnson said. “We’ve got a pretty good template already in place, and I’m not going to try to deviate away from that.”
Players can accrue points in 2022 at seven events – the four majors, two World Golf Championships, and the Players – with points awarded at regular PGA Tour events from January.
The qualification process will conclude after the penultimate event of the season, the BMW Championship, and Johnson will name his picks after the Tour Championship.
– 1 point per $1,000 earned at the four majors
– 1 point per $2,000 earned at the Players, WGC-Dell Technologies Championship, and WGC-HSBC Championship
– 1 point per $1,000 earned at regular PGA Tour events and World Golf Championships
– 1.5 points per $1,000 earned for players making the cut at the four majors
– 2 points per $1,000 earned for winner of the four majors
This is the current top 10 in the US Ryder Cup standings for 2023. Those in the qualifying positions are listed in bold.
Team European Ryder Cup standings
The European Ryder Cup standings are based on two lists – European Points and World Points.
It is yet to be confirmed how many players will qualify automatically and how many picks Captain Stenson will have, so watch this space, but he has added successful 2018 skipper Thomas Bjorn and Edoardo Molinari to his team of assistants.