This year, the 42nd Ryder Cup will take place in France from 28–30 September. Golf’s most powerful and influential players and supporters will gather at the Albatros Course of Le Golf National, just outside of Paris, for what promises to be an incredible competition.\nThe Albatros course is considered to be one of the toughest tests in professional golf and offers a number of risk and reward sections with plenty of water coming into play over the closing holes. Extremely challenging, the course looks set to provide an exhilarating and dramatic competition that will keep spectators on the edge of their seats. Organisers expect between 60,000 to 65,000 fans to descend on the course on each day of the event so expect the atmosphere to be full of anticipation and excitement.\nWhile the United States are the defending champions, winning on home turf in 2016, they have lost their last five matches in Europe, failing to claim a victory since 1993. With the Dane, Thomas Bjorn, leading Team Europe, and NetJets Owner Jim Furyk, captaining the US, this year is set to be a thrilling clash.