‘Completely Dead’: Golf Fans Left In Suspicion As Concerning Visuals Emerge From 2023 Ryder Cup Venue

Published 09/25/2023, 10:14 PM EDT

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With the Solheim Cup ending, the golf world is welcoming another exciting event. The most significant biennial golf event this season is just around the corner. The 44th edition of the Ryder Cup is taking place in Rome, Italy. The players have landed and are prepared to showcase their patriotism.  

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Fans and players alike are expressing more interest and worry about the demanding and hilly course, as the excitement grows around the event. Let’s dive in and see what the fans have to say!

How’s the Marco Simone Golf Course holding up for the Ryder Cup?


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The 44th Ryder Cup will take place at the Marco Simone, Rome, Italy. The cup is commencing from the 29th of September to the 1st of October. This is the first time that Italy is hosting the Ryder Cup. The course has held three Italy Opens in the past. 

The European players are quite familiar with the course. As the players landed in Italy, the Americans, too, had their fair chance to familiarize themselves with it. 


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The Marco Simone is a harsh and unforgiving golf course. The temperatures are rising high and even the European captain has shown concerns with his decision to rest players more. Team US vice-captain, Stewart Cink, also claimed that the Marco Simone is “probably the most demanding physically of any (Ryder) Cup course I’ve ever seen.”

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Fans are concerned with visuals from Rome

As the Ryder Cup preparations and excitement continue, NUCLR GOLF on their Twitter account shared how deep the Marco Simone rough is. The fans have replied in a sarcastic, funny, and quite serious manner. 

The community manager of NUCLR GOLF jokingly replied with a “help me” GIF portraying the ball asking for help in rough.

A US fan took a dig at European fans and called them hypocrites for being biased.

Another fan said that even after tough courses, the players play fairly well.

One golf enthusiast sarcastically said that the Americans will have fun!

Another said they have made the rough long and it may affect team Europe too

One fan sharing his personal experience said he can’t find the ball most of the time.

Calling it ridiculous, another proclaimed that this will slow the game

One asked to trim down all the rough.


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Another shared his frustration, deeming the course to be suitable for the US Open, and said that this will screw the competition.


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The Ryder Cup is merely three days away, only time will tell how the course will serve the players. Who are you rooting for this Ryder’s Cup? Tell us in the comments below.

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Written by:

Khambe Huda Imran


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Huda Khambe is a new golf writer at EssentiallySports. Besides golf, she loves all things e-sports and food. She spends her pastime reading books, baking or watching streams.
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