Entering the round of individual, European team competition has many advantages. They only need to win four points out of 12 matches to keep the Cup behind. Meanwhile, the US team needs at least twice that score to reverse the situation.

The situation of the US golf team is exactly the same as the European team met at Ryder Cup 2012 at Medinah Stadium. That year, thanks to the spectacular comeback in the final round of individual resistance, the European team turned the tide to win. However, there has been no miraculous thing happening to the US team yesterday.

The situation of the US golf team is exactly the same as the European team met at Ryder Cup 2012 at Medinah Stadium. That year, thanks to the spectacular comeback in the final round of individual resistance, the European team turned the tide to win. However, there has been no miraculous thing happening to the US team yesterday.

Even they continue to let European teams overwhelm by winning, three draws and four losses, gaining 6.5 points. Returning to “acquaintances” Rickie Fowler, world number one golf player Rory McIlroy quickly engulfed efforts opponent’s force, scoring the first point for the European team before compatriot Graeme McDowell brought back his second victory.

German golfer Martin Kaymer had a successful chip-in at hole 16 to beat Bubba Watson, scoring another point for the home team. Next, the victories brought by Sergio Garcia and Jamie Donaldson after defeating Jim Furyk and Keegan Bradley ended the hopes of America.

European captain Paul McGinley could not hide his feelings after winning: “I am very proud of everyone in the team. I can’t ask for anything more from them. Having played with them and my teammates for many years, I easily recognized their strengths and weaknesses to make the best decisions ”.

But the former European vice-captain at the five Ryder Cups also modestly said: “At this year’s tournament, I have only a little adjustment. The important thing is that we have 12 excellent golfers.Meanwhile, US captain Tom Watson admitted: “This year’s European team has an ideal squad. We came here to win but we couldn’t.

The 2014 Ryder Cup was the third consecutive victory and was the 8th win in the last 10 Ryder Cups of Europe. Meanwhile, the US team has not won any victories in the last 21 years.

The only consolation for them at this tournament was the progress of all three rookies Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed and Jimmy Walker. Having a total of six points is not a bad result for those who first attended the Ryder Cup playground.