USA win Ryder Cup: Europe humbled and outclassed by strongest ever team as Americans eye record-breaking victory

Team USA have regained the Ryder Cup by demolishing Europe from start to finish in Wisconsin.

Steve Stricker’s side reached the magic 14-and-a-half points with time to spare and could yet secure the biggest victory in the tournament’s current format.

Even world No. 1 Jon Rahm was soundly beaten on Sunday
Sergio Garcia couldn’t save Europe either

The record winning score stands at 18-and-a-half to 9-and-a-half, achieved once by the Americans and twice by the Europeans.

Padraig Harrington’s men have a job on their hands to avoid something worse after another bruising day at Whistling Straits.

Taking on the strongest Ryder Cup team ever assembled, with an average world ranking under 8, the ageing Europeans were demolished on Friday and Saturday, before a similar-looking drubbing on Sunday.

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