The PGA Of America Invites U.S. Ryder Cup Fans To Participate In A ‘RED OUT’ At Medinah

imageMEDINAH, Ill. – The PGA of America is inviting fans to participate in a “RED OUT” in support of the U.S. Ryder Cup team on Sunday, Sept. 30, the final day of the 39th Ryder Cup at Medinah (Ill.) Country Club.

Fans attending the Ryder Cup are encouraged to wear red clothing on Sunday at Medinah to show their patriotic pride, while fans watching from home are encouraged to the same. Regardless of where they are cheering from, fans are also invited to tweet photos of themselves dressed in red to @RyderCupTeamUSA on Twitter using the #13thMan hashtag.

The “RED OUT” movement is part of the PGA of America’s “13th Man” initiative, which focuses on engaging U.S. golf fans and recognizing their incredible enthusiasm for the Ryder Cup.

“The Ryder Cup is beloved by fans around the world, and it’s exciting and inspiring to see our U.S. fans come together in support of their team,” said PGA of America President Allen Wronowski. “Fan engagement is what the PGA of America’s commitment to growing the game of golf is all about, and there is no greater stage for golf than the Ryder Cup.”

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1 thought on “The PGA Of America Invites U.S. Ryder Cup Fans To Participate In A ‘RED OUT’ At Medinah”

  1. I’m ok with this as long as the crowds are courtious and respecftful of the Euros. It’s ok to bring the crowd into the game but golf is not like the other US sporting associations where the home town crowds go overboard.


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