A phenomenal performance from the hosts ended in a historical Ryder Cup win in Wisconsin

The Ryder Cup is heading back to the USA for just the third time this century after Steve Stricker’s men secured a crushing win at Whistling Straits.

No team in the USA vs Europe era of the Ryder Cup has either team earned more than 18 and a half points. That all changed at Whistling Straits. Here’s how it went down, match by match…



Spieth/Thomas 3&1➡ Garcia/Rahm

Johnson/Morikawa ⬅3&2 Casey/Hovland

Berger/Koepka 2&1 Westwood/Fitzpatrick

Cantlay/Schauffele 5&3 McIlroy/Poulter


Johnson/Schauffele 2&1 Casey/Wiesberger

DeChambeau/Scheffler HALVED Rahm/Hatton

Finau/English ⬅4&3 McIlroy/Lowry

Thomas/Cantlay HALVED Fleetwood/Hovland

Score: USA 6-2 Europe



Koepka/Berger 3&1➡ Garcia/Rahm

Johnson/Morikawa 2&1 Casey/Hatton

Spieth/Thomas 2UP Hovland/Wiesberger

Cantlay/Shauffele ⬅2&1 Westwood/Fitzpatrick


Spieth/Koepka 2&1 Rahm/Garcia

Finau/English 1UP Lowry/Hatton

DeChambeau/Scheffler ⬅3&1 Fleetwood/Hovland

Johnson/Morikawa ⬅4&3 Poulter/McIlroy

Score: USA 11-5 Europe


Singles (in order of how they finished):

Schauffele 3&2 McIlroy (11-6)

Scheffler 4&3 Rahm (12-6)

Cantlay 4&2 Lowry (13-6)

DeChambeau 3&2 Garcia (14-6)

Morikawa HALVED Hovland (14½-6½)

🏆 USA win the Ryder Cup

Koepka 2&1 Wiesberger (15½-6½)

Thomas 4&3 Hatton (16½-6½)

Johnson 1UP Casey (17½-6½)

Finau 3&2 Poulter (17½-7½)

English 1UP Westwood (17½-8½)

Spieth HALVED Fleetwood (18-9)

Berger 1UP Fitzpatrick (19-9)

Final score: USA 19-9 Europe

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