Ryder Cup 2021 LIVE RESULT: USA dominate Europe to WIN back trophy at Whistling Straits – stream, TV channel – updates

USA have WON back the Ryder Cup after dominating Europe across three days of action at Whistling Straits.

Colin Morikawa bagged USA's vital half-point in his singles clash with Viktor Hovland in Wisconsin.

  • UK TV channel/live stream: Sky Sports Ryder Cup/NOW TV
  • US TV channel: NBC Golf and NBC
  • FINAL SCORE: 🇺🇸 USA 19 🇪🇺 Europe 9

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  • Giacomo Pisa


    Ryder Cup legend Ian Poulter has defended Europe captain Padraig Harrington after the record breaking 19-9 defeat.

    Poulter told Sky Sports: “The toughest bit about all of this is this is going to be hard because Paddy will be questioned and that is not fair.

    “He has done a great job but we have been outplayed. To what he has given to his captaincy he has done a really nice job.

    “Paddy [Harrington] has done an amazing job. Paddy and [his wife] Caroline have given us a team atmosphere and incredible bonding team room.

    “That room and group of players we had this week are special guys. It is not fair when you look at the score.”

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Sorry to do this to you, Europe fans.

    But here's a reminder of how the Ryder Cup played out score wise.

    It's not a pretty sight.

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Former women's pro Paige Spirinac has reacted to Rory McIlroy's heartbreaking interview.

    The 28-year-old tweeted to her near half-a-million followers: "We don’t deserve Rory. What a class act."

    After winning one pro tournament in 2016 Spirinac quit playing professionally, and is now a social media personality with over three million Instagram followers.

    But it seems not everybody was as sympathetic towards McIlroy as Spirinac was.

    One golf fan replied to her saying: "He’s a good professional but he’s was awful all week. Tears doesn’t mask the performances."

    While another simply claimed: "Embarrassing really!"

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Rory McIlroy broke down in tears as he apologised to his Ryder Cup team-mates for his shocking week – despite winning his singles match.

    The four-time Major champion could barely speak and covered his eyes with his hands during a heartbreaking interview with Sky Sports.

    While saying sorry for his own play, McIlroy made an emotional appeal to boys and girls watching to pick up their clubs and be the stars of the future.

    The Northern Irishman, 32, said: "I should have done more for them [my team-mates] this week. I'm glad I put a point on the board but I can't wait to get another shot at this.

    "It is by far the best experience in golf and I hope little boys and girls watching this today aspire to play in the event or the Solheim Cup, because there's nothing better than being part of a team.

    "No matter what happens I'm proud of every player, our captain and vice captains. I wish I could have given more. I'm glad I got a point but it's been a tough week."

  • The Sun


    Europe were handed a record-breaking 19-9 Ryder Cup hammering as Steve Stricker's Ryder Cup team ran riot at Whistling Straits.

    Padraig Harrington and his players must have felt like crying every time they looked at the scoreboards.

    The water level in Lake Michigan might have risen by a few inches from the outpouring of emotions, with the Americans also weeping tears of joy after a record triumph.

    And it gets even more upsetting when you realise this was the youngest ever American team, with an average age of just 29.

    AND an average world ranking of NINE!

    AND it was a team containing six rookies, who are only going to become even tougher to beat in future matches.

    That adds up to compelling evidence that we are on the verge of an era of American Ryder Cup dominance, to rival Europe’s glorious sequence of seven wins from the nine precious matches.

    Of course, some things will be different when the American gladiators fly over to Rome to do battle at the Coliseum – sorry the Marco Simone course – in two years time.

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    America celebrate their record-breaking victoryCredit: Reuters
  • The Sun


    It's a new era for American golf after this sensational performance.

    Through gritted teeth, they thoroughly deserved the victory – it was relentless golf over the three days.

    Despite the new faces in the American team, Dustin Johnson was the key man winning all five of his matches.

    DJ kisses fiancee Paulina Gretzky after his heroicsCredit: Getty


  • The Sun


    Fitzpatrick and Berger halve their match and that means USA have broken the Ryder Cup record with a 19-9 victory over Team Europe.

    It's party time now for the Americans as they sink a couple of beverages on the sidelines.

    Bryson revels in the atmosphere at Whistling StraitsCredit: Getty
  • The Sun


    Spieth and Fleetwood's battle has come to an end.

    They both have putts for halve on the 18th but take off their caps and accept the halved match.

    A good performance by Fleetwood out there.

    USA 18-9 EUROPE

    Respect between Fleetwood and Spieth on the 18thCredit: Getty


  • The Sun


    A point for Europe as Westwood wins the 18th and finishes 1up over English.

    Great rallying by the Ryder Cup veteran who won three of his last four holes.

    Fitzpatrick and Berger head down the 18th all-square.


  • The Sun


    Well done Tommy Fleetwood! Two excellent birdies on the 17th and he goes up the 18th with Spieth all-square.

    Fitzpatrick drops a hole and is now all-square with Berger.

  • The Sun


    Westwood and English go down the last all-square after halving the 17th.

    Spieth is 1up over Fleetwood and Fitzpatrick is 1up over Berger.

    Poulter: "Paddy's (Harrington) might get some stick for this week but that's not fair. He's done a great job… we were just outplayed."

  • The Sun


    He wins the 15th to move 1up over Berger and walks to the 16th tee alongside Padraig Harrington.

    Westwood has salvaged a hole on the 16th and is all-square with 2 to play.

    They're out there doing it for pride.

  • The Sun


    Fleetwood makes an incredible par save but it's not enough as Spieth rolls in the birdie on the 15th.

    He's 1up now with 3 to play.

    English is 1up over Westwood while nothing separates Berger and Fitzpatrick.

  • The Sun


    Pretty tough viewing for European fans… but this American team were just far too strong.

    Westwood, Fleetwood and Fitzpatrick are still out there.

    Total and utter dominance.


  • The Sun


    DJ has won 5 out of 5 in this Ryder Cup after sealing a 1up victory over Paul Casey.

    Another one bites the dust as Thomas beats Hatton 4&3.

    Ian Poulter has sealed victory over Finau but there's no celebration. He struggles to fight back the tears.

  • The Sun


    Koepka almost hits a hole in one on 17 and is gifted a tap-in birdie. That's game over against Wiesberger with a 2&1 victory.

    That was one of the shots of the tournament.

    Morikawa: "It was a full team effort but to come out on top feels really good. You can feel the fans, you can take that energy and momentum.

    "Without him (Stricker), who knows how this week could have gone."


  • The Sun


    Well, Viktor Hovland wins the 18th and ties the match with Morikawa.

    What a showing these two put on, they enjoyed a ding-dong battle to the last but the halve point was all that was needed and the USA regain the Ryder Cup.

  • The Sun


    You can't question the spirit of this European team. Hatton sinks a long birdie and moves 3down with 4 to play.

    DJ has a putt to officially win the Ryder Cup… so close! He narrowly misses and the inevitable is delayed.

    Poulter moves 3up over Finau. A superstar on a Ryder Cup Sunday.

  • The Sun


    Casey won't go down without a fight.

    He rolls in a birdie on the 16th to win the hole and is 1down with 2 to play. Not much of a smile though by the Englishman.

  • The Sun


    Brilliant, brilliant by Morikawa on the 17th. He sends his tee shot to around 2-feet and taps it in for birdie.

    And that ladies and gentleman is game, set and match. He's 1up going down the 18th and USA only need a halve for the Ryder Cup.

  • The Sun


    DJ moves 2up over Casey on the 15th and that looks more or less over too.

    Johnson has been brilliant in this Ryder Cup, winning every match he has played in.

    Morikawa and Hovland halve the 16th and there's nothing to separate them as they approach the final two holes.

  • The Sun


    Bryson DeChambeau takes another point for USA with a 3&2 victory over Sergio Garcia.

    He might be erratic from the tee, but the big-hitter was excellent today.

    Just half a point needed now for the Reds to win the Ryder Cup.

    USA 14-6 EUROPE


  • The Sun


    This guy is such a talent. He rolls in a birdie on the 15th and moves all-square with Morikawa.

    Certainly won't be long before Hovland wins a major. He can hold his head high over the last three days.

    Lee Westwood is back to all-square with English.

  • The Sun

    DORMIE 3

    DeChambeau moves 3up with 3 to play after winning the 15th. He's lapping it up with this crowd.

    Fitzpatrick was 1up but he's now lost 3 in a row and moved 2down.

    Poulter is firmly in control and is 3up over Finau.

  • The Sun


    Morikawa's had a rare stinker on the 14th and Hovland steals a hole back. 1down now for the European.

    Casey gets one back against DJ too but DeChambeau is closing in on victory over Garcia.

    Poulter moves 2up over Finau. Remember he has never lost a singles match.

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