Golf365 writers Dave Tindall and Matt Cooper will be at Le Golf National near Paris to witness the drama of the 2018 Ryder Cup unfold over the weekend.
And we’ve asked them to give us a sneak peak behind the scenes of the historic event, which sees the best of Europe take on the might of America’s finest golfers.
The size of some of the grandstands have to be seen to be believed:
A bird’s eye view of the 15th hole:
That’s the 18th green in the distance. Expect plenty of drama around these parts come the weekend:
Billboards and posters everywhere help set the mood at Le Golf National:
The press box awaits the world’s media:
Thorbjorn Olesen talks about his great friendship with skipper Thomas Bjorn:
Which one of these two will be roaring the most this week?
An incredible natural amphitheatre surrounds the 16th green:
The view from behind the 18th. It won’t be this quiet again for a while:
The boys in blue:
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Rory McIlroy hopes his prodigious length off the tee will help him tame Royal Portrush this week and clinch his first major win since 2014.
As he prepares to defend his Open Championship title at Portrush this week, Francesco Molinari says he’s happy to keep a low profile.
Home favourite Rory McIlroy will tee off with Paul Casey and Gary Woodland at the 148th Open Championship this week.
Dylan Frittelli won the John Deere Classic on Sunday to earn his maiden PGA Tour title and secure a spot in the Open in the process.
Sei Young Kim returned to the winner’s circle at the Marathon Classic on Sunday after a closing six-under-par 65 gave her a two-stroke win.
Bernd Wiesberger was the eventual victor of the Scottish Open following a twilight playoff late on Sunday afternoon.
There’s not much in it as Cameron Tringale and Andre Landry top a tight leaderboard with one round to play at the John Deere Classic.
Sei Young Kim has a one stroke lead going into the final round of the Marathon Classic, with Lexi Thopmpson chasing.