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The 41st Ryder Cup more than lived up to expectations as the United States on Sunday clinched its first crown since 2008, winning Sunday singles 7.5-4.5 to capture the cup by a 17-11 margin. The United States is now home to the Ryder Cup for the first time since 2008, and Davis Love III improves to 1-1 as the American captain, getting revenge for the 2012 collapse at Medinah.

Reed wins 1 Up vs. McIlroy

Stenson wins 3&2 vs. Spieth

Pieters wins 3&2 vs. Holmes

Cabrera Bello wins 3&2 vs. Walker

Fowler wins 1 Up vs. Rose

Koepka wins 5&4 vs. Willett

Mickelson ties Garcia

Snedeker wins 3&1 vs. Sullivan

Moore wins 1 Up vs. Westwood

Z Johnson wins 4&3 vs. Fitzpatrick

DJohnsons wins 1 Up vs. Wood

Kaymer wins 1 Up Kuchar

Here are the individual records for each player on both teams.

United States               Record (points)                Europe               Record (points)

Patrick Reed                  3-1-1 (3.5)                 Thomas Pieters         4-1-0 (4)  Brandt Snedeker            3-0-0 (3)                    Rory McIlroy              3-2-0 (3) Brooks Koepka               3-1-0 (3)                    Rafa Cabrera Bello   2-0-1 (2.5)    Phil Mickelson                2-1-1 (2.5)                 Henrik Stenson          2-3-0 (2)       Jordan Spieth                 2-2-1 (2.5)                 Justin Rose               2-3-0 (2) Ryan Moore                   2-1-0 (2)                    Sergio Garcia            1-2-2 (2) Rickie Fowler                 2-1-0 (2)                    Chris Wood                1-1-0 (1) Zach Johnson                2-1-0 (2)                    Martin Kaymer            1-3-0 (1) Dustin Johnson             2-2-0 (2)                    Andy Sullivan              0-2-0 (0) Matt Kuchar                  2-2-0 (2)                    Matthew Fitzpatrick     0-2-0 (0) J.B. Holmes                  1-2-0 (1)                    Danny Willett               0-3-0 (0) Jimmy Walker               1-2-0 (1)                    Lee Westwood            0-3-0 (0)

 

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