Ryder Cup Winners: List of Ryder Cup Winners By Year

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Europe's Team Captain Luke Donald , centre, and team members lift the Ryder Cup after winning the trophy by defeating the United States 16/12 point to 11 1/2 points at the Marco Simone Golf Club in Guidonia Montecelio, Italy, Sunday, Oct. 1, 2023.
(AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
Ryan Hannable @RyanHannable Jun 11, 2024, 7:43 AM
  • The Ryder Cup is a team competition between the U.S. and Europe.
  • Europe won in the 2023 event, which was held in Italy.
  • The United States will host the 2025 edition at Bethpage Black.

After Team Europe beat Team USA, 16.5-11.5 in Rome at the 2023 Ryder Cup, the attention is now on 2025 when it will be contested at Bethpage Black, just outside of New York City.

The United States has a record of 27-15-2, but Europe has won 10 of the last 14 editions.

It’s worth noting it hasn’t always been the United States vs. Europe.

A brief Ryder Cup history: When the event began in 1923, it was the United States vs. Great Britain, which continued until 1971. Then for four events, it included Great Britain and Ireland, and then beginning in 1979 and continuing to this day, it includes all of Europe.

As of June 2024, the United States has Ryder Cup odds of -150, while Europe is +170 for the next edition, September of 2025.

List of Ryder Cup Winners By Year

YearWinnerScore
2023Europe16.5-11.5
2021United States19-9
2018Europe17.5-10.5
2016United States17-11
2014Europe16.5-11.5
2012Europe14.5-13.5
2010Europe14.5-13.5
2008United States16.5-11.5
2006Europe18.5-9.5
2004Europe18.5-9.5
2002Europe15.5-12.5
1999United States14.5-13.5
1997Europe14.5-13.5
1995Europe14.5-13.5
1993United States15-13
1991United States14.5-13.5
1989Tied (Europe retains)14-14
1987Europe15-13
1985Europe16.5-11.5
1983United States14.5-13.5
1981United States18.5-9.5
1979United States17-11
1977United States12.5-7.5
1975United States21-11
1973United States19-13
1971United States18.5-13.5
1969Tied (United States retains)16-16
1967United States23.5-8.5
1965United States19.5-12.5
1963United States23-9
1961United States14.5-9.5
1959United States8.5-3.5
1957Great Britain7.5-4.5
1955United States8-4
1953United States6.5-5.5
1951United States9.5-2.5
1949United States7-5
1947United States11-1
1937United States8-4
1935United States9-3
1933Great Britain6.5-5.5
1931United States9-3
1929Great Britain7-5
1927United States9.5-2.5

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Ryan Hannable is a Content Managing Editor on the Web Content Team for BetMGM. Previously, he was a New England Patriots beat writer for WEEI in Boston. He also has published a golf book, “The Ultimate Book of Golf Trivia: 600 Questions and Answers.”