“I think this is unfinished business....It’s one thing to win it here, it’s a lot easier to do so. If we play like we did this week, the score will look the same over there in a couple years. And that’s what we’re here for.”
United States claim Ryder Cup glory at Whistling Straits
The Ryder Cup will not be coming back to Europe after the United States secured a record 19-9 victory at Whistling Straits. The hosts entered the final day's singles with an 11-5 lead, leaving Europe needing a record comeback to successfully defend the title they won in such style in Paris three years ago.
More rookie rarities
The American Ryder Cup rookies went 14-4-3 for 15.5 points. It’s the highest rookie point total by either side during the 28-point era. The previous mark of 15 points was set by the American side in 1979 (14-13-2).
More American records
Ten of the 12 American players finished with at least 1.5 points wins over the weekend, matching a record of the 28-point era. The Americans had 10 such players in 2008 and 2016. The European team had 10 such players in 1997.
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