The tournament at Gleneagles in Perthshire will see the five-star resort's hotel fully booked for players and officials for the European and American teams.
However, its management have just released a number of holiday homes for let in Glenmore Village - a development of 52 properties in the grounds near the PGA centenary course where the tournament will be played.
The event next September will see the world's top golfers including Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy do battle for the US and European teams.
A four-bedroomed home for a week, starting on the Saturday of the tournament, comes in at £28,000, while a three-bedroom property costs £21,000.
The homes feature "ultra-modern" fitted kitchens, luxurious spa-style bathing rooms and open patio terraces. Each one is kitted out with a hi-tech built-in sound system, underfloor heating and a log-effect gas fire.
The houses will allow wealthy golf enthusiasts to get as near to the action as possible.
A sales brochure describes the properties as "a collection of luxurious, superbly appointed two, three and four-bedroomed holiday homes set around their own village green."
It is estimated that the tournament will bring a £100 million boost to the Scottish economy.
A Gleneagles spokeswoman said: "We do have a limited number of Glenmore homes up for rental during the week of the Ryder Cup. These are in high demand and anyone who is interested should get in touch with our sales team."