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While the golf world has to wait another seven months for its next major championship to be contested, the excitement for most important international event in the sport has reached a fever pitch with just one day of action remaining at the 43rd Ryder Cup. With Day 3 action beginning Sunday afternoon with 12 singles matches, this event -- still technically named the 2020 Ryder Cup -- will surely continue with the same bang we experienced when it started Friday and Saturday.

Serving as the host is a beautiful Whistling Straits course in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with some links characteristics that were thought to excite the European team. Unfortunately for them, they will need whatever help they can get with the Americans taking a commanding 11-5 lead through two days and four sessions.

Follow live Ryder Cup scores and results on Sunday from our experts here at CBS Sports.

Europe entered as significant underdogs to the United States, and that gulf only grew further as the Americans have put on a show over the first two days. With three straight 3-1 session finishes and a 2-2 effort Saturday afternoon, the U.S. takes a six-point lead into singles and needs only 3.5 points to reach the 14.5-point total that will clinch the Ryder Cup.

Though the U.S. is just 2-7 in Ryder Cups since the turn of the century, it is on the verge of winning its second straight on home soil. The Americans have their largest lead entering singles since 1975 and are favored in 11 of the 12 singles matches on Sunday.

So go ahead and brush up on the Ryder Cup format along with the scoring and rules procedures as the event continues. If this Sunday is anything like the last one held in the United States at Hazeltine in 2016, it's going to be a ton of fun with plenty of Cheeseheads having a blast in Wisconsin.

Here's a look at Sunday's schedule so you can watch all the action. All times Eastern

2021 Ryder Cup live stream

Singles: 12 p.m. -- Ryder Cup pairings, tee times

Live TV coverage: 12-6 p.m. on NBC
Live stream online: 12-6 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free) and RyderCup.com

Trophy presentation / closing ceremony: Live on RyderCup.com

2021 Ryder Cup gear now available

The Ryder Cup starts Sept. 24, and team-issued gear is now available. Get jackets, polos, hats, hoodies, and much more to support your team. Shop here.

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