US loses seventh straight Ryder Cup against Europe

Europe won the 2023 Ryder Cup by a score of 16½-11½, their seventh straight victory on home soil.Rory McIlroy was Europe's top scorer, going 4-1 for the week.

Tommy Fleetwood clinched the victory for Europe with a signature shot on the signature hole at Marco Simone.

The Americans were confident of winning on European soil for the first time in 30 years, but they were soundly beaten.

U.S. captain Zach Johnson is likely to face scrutiny for his six picks, which combined to go 4-12-4 for the week.Europe has a "magic touch" in the Ryder Cup, and they are

confident of winning again at Bethpage Black in 2025.Patrick Cantlay was the only American player not to wear a USA cap at Marco Simone, which led to some controversy.

Cantlay made three straight birdies to win a fourballs match, but McIlroy was furious when he felt Cantlay's caddie celebrated too long and too close to the action.

Europe went into the singles session knowing no team had ever come back from a five-point deficit on Sunday.

Rahm, Hatton, and Hovland all picked up key points early in the singles, leaving Europe needing only a half-point to win.

Fleetwood delivered the clincher with a birdie on the 16th hole.