Ryder Cup 2020, was scheduled to go ahead with its September dates, 25-28, but the only debate it had was, whether it will be played in the presence of audience or not at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin.
With most of the players, specially Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy, supporting the postponement of the event, rather than playing it without the fans from both sides.
Looking at the current pandemic, it was the only feasible solution available to the PGA of America, PGA Tour and European Tour, a joint announcement to be made soon.
The Ryder Cup will return to an “odd year” cadence, which is how the event was held from its founding in 1927 to 1999. The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the United States pushed the 2001 event to 2002, and it has stayed on an even-year rhythm since.
The 2021 Ryder Cup will take the Presidents Cup dates (Sept. 30-Oct. 3), with the 2022 competition set the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club in Rome moving to 2023.