USA clinches dominant Ryder Cup win at Whistling Straits

Europe had won four of the last five Cups
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KOHLER, Wis. — Team USA has captured the Ryder Cup for the second time in five years at Whistling Straits.

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The Americans dominated play Friday morning, winning three of the four foursomes.

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They never looked back, and led by six points going into the final day.

Olympic gold medalist Xander Schauffele was particularly dominant, winning every single round he played but one.

However, it was 2020 Masters champ Dustin Johnson who played history-maker, becoming the first American since 1971 to go 4-0 in team play.

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The win comes at a time when Europe has controlled the competition, winning seven of the last 10 cups.