Europe Wins Ryder Cup With Historic Rally

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MEDINAH, Ill. – With a comeback that would have made Seve Ballesteros proud, Europe has retained the Ryder Cup.

Captain Jose Maria Olazabal’s lads wiped out a four-point deficit by sweeping the first five matches of Sunday singles, then outdueled their U.S....

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