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Europe claimed its third consecutive Ryder Cup with ease on Sunday, earning seven singles points and winning, 16 1/2 to 11 1/2.
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Europe claimed its third consecutive Ryder Cup with ease on Sunday, earning seven singles points and winning, 16 1/2 to 11 1/2.
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Europe dominated foursomes to take a 10-to-6 lead over the U.S. entering Sunday singles. Here's how the Day 2 matches played out.
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Phil Mickelson ended a largely forgettable season with a Ryder Cup he would rather not remember.
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European rookie Jamie Donaldson, one of its least heralded players, clinched the winning point.

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