Sept. 21-26, 2021 Whistling Straits, Kohler, WI

The U.S. made a valiant comeback attempt to win the 2018 Ryder Cup, briefly cutting Europe's lead to 10.5 to 9.5 during Sunday's singles matches, before falling 17.5 to 10.5.

The European team won the singles session 7-4-1 but the U.S. actually had five of the top nine individual players based on their score to par on Sunday.

Here are the players with the best scores relative to par in singles at the 2018 Ryder Cup, listed in order of score to par, then alphabetically.

Note: We're counting conceded holes as par.

TeamPlayerScoreHoles Played
U.S.Tony Finau-614
EuropeHenrik Stenson-614
EuropeAlex Noren-518
U.S.Patrick Reed-516
EuropePaul Casey-418
U.S.Bryson DeChambeau-418
U.S.Brooks Koepka-418
EuropeThorbjorn Olesen-414
U.S.Webb Simpson-416
EuropeTyrrell Hatton-216
EuropeFrancesco Molinari-216
EuropeIan Poulter-218
EuropeJon Rahm-217
U.S.Justin Thomas-218
EuropeJustin Rose-116
U.S.Bubba Watson-114
EuropeTommy FleetwoodE14
EuropeSergio GarciaE17
U.S.Tiger WoodsE17
EuropeRory McIlroy+118
U.S.Rickie Fowler+217
U.S.Dustin Johnson+218
U.S.Jordan Spieth+214
U.S.Phil Mickelson+316

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