Sept. 21-26, 2021 Whistling Straits, Kohler, WI
Photo Credit: Jon Rahm

The final day of The 2018 Ryder Cup will live long in the memory thanks to the sensational performance of the players combined with arguably the best support a European team has ever received at The Ryder Cup. 

As was the theme of the week, the European fans quickly surrounded the first tee and began to back their team, with deafening chants of "Europe, Europe" that was responded to by the thousands watching down at the first green and second tee.




Europe looked comfortable early on in the singles, but the Americans fought back and at one point it seemed they may be on the brink of something special, with the potential win of five of the first six matches. 

However, when this putt from Ian Poulter dropped, Europe seemed to regain their momentum.




It wouldn't be long until Europe had officially won The 2018 Ryder Cup and who better to secure the winning moment than Francesco Molinari.

Phil Mickelson put his tee shot in the water at 16, securing Europe's win and saw Molinari win five out of five matches. 



Cue some of the most memorable celebrations in Ryder Cup history, including Tommy Fleetwood being held aloft in the middle of the crowd.



And these celebrations would go on long into the night...



And what a week it was for this duo. The morning after the week before - just how good was that?


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