Europe Win The 2018 Ryder Cup
It's official. Europe have successfully regained the Ryder Cup after a dominant display at Le Golf National, Paris.
Thomas Bjorn's European contingent went into the final day with a solid 10-6 lead over the Americans, and needed just four and a half points from a possible 12 to regain the Ryder Cup trophy.
The likes of Ian Poulter, a true legend of the tournament, once again produced the goods against Dustin Johnson, while Henrik Stenson and Sergio Garcia helped the charge in a very blue singles scoreboard.
Overall it was a disappointing few days for the US, as some big names struggled to gain any sort of momentum throughout, with Tiger Woods failing to record a single point.
When push comes to shove, the Europeans performed better on each and every day in Paris.
Just look at this passion from Ian Poulter!
We needed a lift...
Step up @IanJamesPoulter! pic.twitter.com/299ze2xGrD
- Ryder Cup Europe (@RyderCupEurope) September 30, 2018
Congratulations, guys, on a deserved victory at Le Golf National.