McIlroy believes this year’s Ryder Cup will be postponed until 2021

Event is still scheduled to take place this September

Rory McIlroy thinks both teams would prefer for the Ryder Cup to be pushed back until 2021 – to allow supporters to be able to attend.

If the team event goes ahead at Whistling Straits in September then it’s likely to be held behind closed doors and McIlroy says that’s not what the players want

“I Dont see how its going to happen, so I dont think it will happen. I think the majority of players would like to see it pushed back to 2021. They want to play infront of crowds, thats what makes the atmosphere so special”.

Europe won the last Ryder cup that was held in France in 2018 and Captain Harrington may have to pick the entire team himself if they want to repeat that again this year as rankings tables cannot be used.

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