The United States dominated Europe at the Ryder Cup, 19-9, to claim the trophy for the first time since 2016.
US captain Steve Stricker has warned that the group of Americans who took home the resounding victory at Whistling Straits were part of a “new era” of golf.
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“It’s a new era. These guys are young. They want it. They are motivated. They came here determined to win. I could see it in their eyes, ”Stricker said.
He touted the players’ ability to come together to win the event, saying even Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka – who had a very public feud – wanted to play together.
USA WINS FIRST RYDER CUP SINCE 2016 WITH STRONG PERFORMANCE LAST DAY
“These guys all got together. Two weeks ago they got together. It taught me a lot about this group of guys. They all showed up for the practice rounds, all the assistant captains showed up for the practice rounds. They had a mission this week and it shows. They played well and they united, ”he said via The Guardian.
Collin Morikawa notched the half point the United States needed to reach the 14.5 point threshold to win the Ryder Cup. Dustin Johnson went 5-0-0 all weekend.
Jordan Spieth has also made it clear that he believes this team could travel to Europe in two years and win the Ryder Cup again.
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“It’s one thing to win here and it’s a lot easier to do it. It’s harder to win there, ”said Spieth. “But if we play like we did this week, the score will be the same there in a few years, and that’s what we’re here for. “
The Associated Press contributed to this report.