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Check out the best shots and highlights from the third day of action at the Ryder Cup, where the United States and Europe go head-to-head in singles match play.
Tommy Fleetwood defeated Rickie Fowler to secure the Ryder Cup for Team Europe in the best match of Day 3 at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club.
Team USA takes the podium after its 2023 Ryder Cup loss, as captain Zach Johnson assesses the team’s performance at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club.
Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler all make an appearance on the top approach shots of the third and final day at the Ryder Cup.
Rory McIlroy explains what winning another Ryder Cup means to him and shouts out the new blood that helped the European team get back in the win column.
This putt concession from Rickie Fowler to Tommy Fleetwood on No. 16 was the clincher that gave Europe its seventh straight Ryder Cup win on home soil.
Rory McIlroy disputes reports that he met with Joe LaCava, Patrick Cantlay’s caddie, after their disagreement Saturday, and says that the run-in motivated him in his singles match vs. Sam Burns.


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The gold can largely exempt them from the nation’s 21-month military service requirement for men.
Hae Ran Ryu shot another bogey-free 7-under 64 to push her lead to two strokes.
An emotional end to fourballs spilled into a fiery war of words in the parking lot.
The U.S. won the fourballs session Saturday but trails by 5 points at the Ryder Cup.
GUIDONIA MONTCELIO, Italy – Jon Rahm didn’t necessarily disagree with Brooks Koepka’s assessment Friday night that the fiery Spaniard acted “like a child” during a crucial match at the Ryder Cup, but he added that the brief outburst was what he needed to perform his best.
Scheffler and Koepka lost, 9 and 7, to the Europeans in Day 2 foursomes.
Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm came up clutch down the stretch for the home side.