Americans Reclaim Ryder Cup From European Team The U.S. team won its first Ryder Cup trophy in nine years Sunday at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky. The Americans did it without the help of Tiger Woods, who's recovering from knee surgery. Commentator John Feinstein says right from the start, this American team looked special.
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Americans Reclaim Ryder Cup From European Team

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Americans Reclaim Ryder Cup From European Team

Americans Reclaim Ryder Cup From European Team

Americans Reclaim Ryder Cup From European Team

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The U.S. team won its first Ryder Cup trophy in nine years at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky., Sunday. The Americans did it without the help of teammate Tiger Woods, who's recovering from knee surgery. Commentator John Feinstein tells Steve Inskeep that right from the start, this American team looked special.