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Five Key Moments As Europe Overcome US To Win 2018 Ryder Cup

Europe regained the Ryder Cup by rounding off a dominant performance on Sunday to beat the United States 17.5 to 10.5 at Le Golf National. Here, Pundit Arena takes a look at five key moments from the 42nd edition of the Ryder Cup: Finau’s 16th tee shot on first day Thomas Bjorn’s hosts started strongly in the opening fourballs on …

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Where The 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won & Lost

Europe recorded the biggest Ryder Cup victory since their 2006 triumph in Ireland with a 17.5-10.5 defeat of the United States at Le Golf National. Pundit Arena looks at where the 42nd edition of the biennial team golf showdown was won and lost: _____ Captain’s Picks Thomas Bjorn’s decision to select Ryder Cup stalwart Sergio Garcia despite his dismal form …

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The Best Photos From Europe’s Glorious Ryder Cup Victory

Thomas Bjorn and his twelve heroes have recaptured the Ryder Cup from a highly-fancied United States team. The two sides did battle over three days at Le Golf National in Paris, and the French Open venue proved a fitting host for a remarkable week. In truth, Team Europe had much of the legwork done over the first two days, gaining …

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I’m One Of The Reasons We Lost Ryder Cup, Says Woods

A despondent Tiger Woods admitted that he “was a contributing factor” as to why the United States surrendered the Ryder Cup to Europe, after losing all four of his matches at Le Golf National. The 14-time major champion suffered only his second singles defeat in the match-play showdown with a 2 and 1 loss to Jon Rahm as Europe charged …

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Watch: Butch Harmon Goes In On Patrick Reed For Shush Celebration

From a hero at Hazeltine to a villain Le Golf National, it’s been a brutal week for Patrick Reed. ‘Captain America’ had earned a reputation to challenge that of Ian Poulter’s ‘postman’ moniker with his performance in the 2016 Ryder Cup, but here, the Masters champion managed just one point throughout his three matches. Paired twice with Tiger Woods in …

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Sergio Garcia Becomes All-Time Leading Ryder Cup Points Scorer

Sergio Garcia became the leading points-scorer in Ryder Cup history as his 2 and 1 win over American Rickie Fowler helped Europe regain the trophy at Le Golf National on Sunday. The 38-year-old Spaniard, a controversial wildcard pick by captain Thomas Bjorn after a poor season, passed Nick Faldo’s previous mark of 25 points, reaching 25.5 since making his debut …

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Watch: Molinari Gets Soaked In Beer After Ryder Cup Triumph

It was a fantastic three days for Francesco Molinari.  The Italian won all of his matches throughout the Ryder Cup and his excellent form was rewarded as he got the chance to secure the title for Europe on the final day. He defeated Phil Mickelson 4&2 and secured the match and the Ryder Cup when Mickelson conceded when he hit …

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Europe Regain The Ryder Cup In Hotly Contested Singles Session

Team Europe have won the Ryder Cup in style at Le Golf National. With some matches still ongoing, Europe can still bask in the glory of upsetting the odds against a highly-fancied United States team. The hard work was done over the first two days, in which Europe swept the Friday afternoon foursomes 4-0, and the Saturday morning fourballs 3-1. …

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Rory McIlroy Concedes Match As USA Get First Point Of The Day

The first match of the Sunday Singles at the 2018 Ryder Cup has gone the way of the USA after a very entertaining match between Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas.  The duo were neck and neck throughout the first 17 holes but unfortunately for Europe, McIlroy’s round unfolded on the 18th where both players were all square. He hit his …

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Best Pictures From Day Two Of The 2018 Ryder Cup

Team Europe doubled their advantage over the USA on Saturday to four points, and they lead 10-6 heading into the Sunday singles session. Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari made history by becoming the first European pair to win their first four matches, while long-time friends Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth won their second and third matches, contributing to half of …

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Intriguing Ryder Cup Sunday Singles Matches Announced

At 10-6 down heading into the final day of the Ryder Cup, Team USA need eight points to retain the trophy. Captain Jim Furyk faced a headache in his selection order for the Sunday singles – he needed to front-load his team, with early European wins meaning a premature defeat. But does he put those who’ve been struggling, such as …

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Fleetwood And Molinari Make European Ryder Cup History

Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari made history on Saturday by becoming the first European pairing to rack up four straight wins at the Ryder Cup. Fleetwood and Molinari have been inspirational over the first two days to help Thomas Bjorn’s hosts open up a commanding 10-6 lead over the United States at Le Golf National. The duo saved possibly their …

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Watch: “Who Can’t Putt?!” – McIlroy Roars At The Crowd

Things are going very well for Team Europe and Rory McIlroy at the Ryder Cup today.  The morning’s fourballs session saw Europe win three out of four matches while the home team continue to dominate the afternoon’s foursomes. At the moment, Europe have an overall 8-4 lead and they are currently up in two matches, one is all square while …

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Europe Surge Into Four-Point Lead Over US At Ryder Cup

Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia withstood a late fightback in a 2 and 1 win over Brooks Koepka and Tony Finau to trigger a sustained European charge in Saturday’s morning fourballs at the Ryder Cup as the hosts stretched their lead over the United States to 8-4. Four-time major champion McIlroy looked a shadow of himself in Friday’s opening fourballs …

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Here Are The Pairings For Ryder Cup Afternoon Foursomes

Europe are currently enjoying a superb morning in the fourballs session of the Ryder Cup, as it stands the home team have won three of the four matches.  The final match, which sees Ian Poulter and Jon Rahm against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, is advantage to the USA as the American duo are one up with two holes left …

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Europe In Command In Saturday’s Third Ryder Cup Sesson

Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia laid the foundations for a dominant start by Europe to Saturday’s Ryder Cup morning fourballs as the hosts sought to increase their 5-3 overnight advantage against the United States. McIlroy, who struggled mightily in Friday’s fourballs, looked far more like the four-time major champion as he reeled off four birdies on the front nine alongside …

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