Ryder Cup 2021 by Private Jet
Picture: Courtesy Kohler
Are you ready for this years Ryder Cup? The 43rd Ryder Cup, which was originally scheduled to be played in September 2020, will take place September 21 – 26 at Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisconsin.
Best way to travel to the 2021 Ryder Cup
Chartering a private jet allows you to get where you need to go whenever you need to be there, entirely eliminating limited commercial scheduling and flight paths. It gives you more flexibility without requiring more effort. And isn’t subject to the delays and cancellations as commercial flying. So you can get to where you need to be without stress or wasted time, making it far more efficient.
Private aviation gives you just that – privacy, reducing the number of touchpoints required to get in the air, and eliminating long lines, packed crowds, or wait times.
Book your Private Jet Charter to the 2021 Ryder Cup
Whether you root for the Americans or the Europeans at the Ryder Cup Privaira can arrange a flight to Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisconsin. The closest airports are Sheboygan County Airport being a quick 5.3-mile car ride away or Green–Bay Austin Straubel International Airport (58 miles).
Booking early has many advantages so get a quick quote online or call us directly at 844.778.2472 and book your jet early especially given the large volume of passengers likely to arrive at the Sheboygan Airport at once, there is a chance the airport may be full and not able to accept more aircraft at a specific time.
The Ryder Cup 2021
The Ryder Cup is one of golf’s great tournaments, biennially bringing together 12-member teams from the U.S. and Europe for a three-day worldwide stage. During each of the first two days, a four-ball session as well as a foursome session are played. On the final day of the match, 12 singles matches are played.
A victory in each match is worth a single point. Any matches that end in a tie or draw is worth ½ point for each side. The team that is first to win 14 ½ points over the course of the three days wins the Ryder Cup. In the event the Ryder Cup should end in a tie, the team who has previously won the match retains the Ryder Cup trophy. The Europeans were the last to win the Ryder Cup in 2018 at Le Golf National.
Spanning 91 years and now 42 competitions, the Ryder Cup also is among the last great professional sporting events where winning, and not prize money, is the reward.
Sculpted into the Wisconsin coastline, the Straits is a throwback to the raw freshness of Ireland. Home to major championships and the 43rd Ryder Cup, the Straits, is defined by the open, rugged and windswept terrain defines the walking-only, links-style Straits course sculpted along two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline. A masterpiece in the world of golf created by Pete Dye.