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SEP 21, 2021 – SEP 26, 2021 

THE

CHAMPIONSHIP

THE RYDER CUP SIM SERIES

The Championship

The top 12 players of the Ryder Cup SIM Series not only win a trip to the 43rd Ryder Cup. They’ll step into an aboutGOLF simulator at a nearby event for a chance to win their very own aG Curve, our top-of-the-line simulator. 

We'll determine our champion through a bracket style, match play tournament.  The winner of the final match will be crowned our Ryder Cup Sim Series Grand Champion. 

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SEP 26

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Let's Talk Prizes

During the Ryder Cup at Whistling Straights, the final 12 qualifiers will have a chance to step into an aboutGOLF simulator to win the title of The Ryder Cup SIM Series Champion and our top-of-the-line simulator: the aG Curve.  

The Course

WHISTLING STRAITS

 

This walking-only, links style course was designed by Pete Dye. 

 

The Straits at Whistling Straits® was ranked #3 in Golf Digest’s 2019/2020 America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses, #5 in Golf Week’s 2018 Best Resort Courses, and #21 in Golf Digest’s 2019/2020 America's 100 Greatest Courses and will host the 2021 Ryder Cup.

Things to Know

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Players are invited to the 43rd Ryder Cup and Championship based on their performance in the Playoff. New players will not be admitted via the aG Locker app.

 

Players must be on site and participate in aboutGOLF simulator events in order to qualify to win the aG Curve. 

Handicaps will not be considered throughout The Ryder Cup SIM Series. 

Courses will be scored using USGA match play rules, and tiebreakers will be decided using USGA guidelines and recommendations. 

We highly recommend reading the aG Tour Rules & Regulations before entering to play. 

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How It Works

Instructions

Not sure how to get started? Learn everything from creating a new account to playing aG Tour today.

FAQs

Have a question? Check out our list of frequently asked questions.

Rules & Regulations

We highly recommend reading the aG Tour Rules & Regulations before entering to play.