Ryder Cup 2021 Results
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The team USA dominated in the 2021 Ryder Cup by defeating Europe on Sunday. They dominated 19-9 which was the largest victory in the history of the modern golf event. Keep reading this article for Ryder Cup 2021 Results, day-by-day scores, player’s performance, and more.

After day 2, the USA took an 11-5 lead, which was the largest advantage to enter the final day by any team. On the final day, all of them gave their best and seek out victory for themselves with 19-9.

Today we will know about the Ryder Cup 2021 results here:

When was the Ryder Cup 2021?

The 43rd edition of the Ryders Cup was played from Friday, September 24 to Sunday, September 26.

Ryder Cup 2021 Results:

Day 1 Results:

Foursomes: USA 3-1 Europe

1 Jordan Spieth & Justin Thomas Europe Wins 3&1 Jon Rahm & Sergio Garcia
2 Dustin Johnson & Collin Morikawa USA wins 3&2 Viktor Hovland & Paul Casey
3 Daniel Berger & Brooks Koepka USA wins 2&1 Matt Fitzpatrick & Lee Westwood
4 Xander Schauffele & Patrick Cantlay USA Wins 5&3 Rory McIlroy & Ian Poulter

Fourball: USA 6-2 Europe

1 Dustin Johnson & Xander Schauffele USA wins 2&1 Paul Casey & Bernd Wiesberger
2 Bryson DeChambeau & Scottie Scheffler TIE Jon Rahm & Tyrrell Hatton
3 Tony Finau & Harris English USA Wins 4&3 Rory McIlroy & Shane Lowry
4 Justin Thomas & Patrick Cantlay TIE Tommy Fleetwood & Viktor Hovland

Players performance:

The Europeans drew first blood in the first session Friday morning with Rahm, the world’s No. 1, scored the first one on Friday morning.  Garcia handled Spieth and Thomas in great hands. Rahm scored a big putt and Europe got a 3&1 win.

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The USA finished the morning.  Johnson and Morikawa managed a 3&2 win over Hovland and Casey. Schauffele and Cantlay then finished with a 3&2 win, while Koepka and Berger made three straight points and closed with a 2&1 win over Fitzpatrick and Westwood.

The U.S. scored the first two points as Finau and English won 4&3 over McIlroy and Lowry in the afternoon session. Johnson and Schauffele managed to win 2&1 over Casey and Wiesberger. Finau did his job after that.

Both the teams were awarded half points as the game ended up a tie. The first to was from the U.S, DeChambeau, and Scheffler against the European duo of Rahm and Hatton. The USA finished the day with 6-2 points.

Day 2 Results:


1 Brooks Koepka / Daniel Berger 3&1 Jon Rahm / Sergio Garcia
2 Dustin Johnson & Collin Morikawa USA wins 2&1 Paul Casey / Tyrrell Hatton
3 Jordan Spieth / Justin Thomas USA wins 2up Viktor Hovland / Bernd Wiesberger
4 Patrick Cantlay / Xander Schauffele USA wins 2&1 Lee Westwood / Matt Fitzpatrick


1 Tony Finau / Harris English Europe wins 1 up Shane Lowry / Tyrrell Hatton
2 Brooks Koepka / Jordan Spieth Europe wins 2&1 Jon Rahm / Sergio Garcia
3 Scottie Scheffler / Bryson DeChambeau USA wins 3&1 Tommy Fleetwood / Viktor Hovland
4 Dustin Johnson / Collin Morikawa USA wins 4&3 Ian Poulter / Rory McIlroy

Players performance:

Dustin Johnson won both the matches on day two with his partner and remained undefeated.  The 37-year-old has participated in all four rounds this weekend.

Bryson DeChambeau got his first Ryder Cup victory. In 2018, he went 0-3. He and his partner earned a point with a tie. Rahm won in the morning and afternoon and continued his own undefeated streak. Lowry also secured a point. Rory McIlroy broke his 26 Ryder Cup round by being absent in the morning foursome round, breaking his streak of 26 consecutive Ryder Cup rounds.

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Day 3 Results:

Collin Morikawa won the 17th hole and moved 1 up over Viktor Hovland. The result of day 3 is given below:

  • Xander Schauffele (USA) vs. Rory McIlroy (Europe): Europe wins 3&2
  • Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Shane Lowry (Europe): USA wins 4&2
  • Scottie Scheffler (USA) vs. Jon Rahm (Europe): USA wins 4&3
  • Bryson DeChambeau (USA) vs. Sergio Garcia (Europe): USA wins 3&2
  • Collin Morikawa (USA) vs. Viktor Hovland (Europe): Tied
  • Dustin Johnson (USA) finishes 1 up on Paul Casey (Europe): Final
  • Brooks Koepka (USA) vs. Bernd Wiesberger (Europe): USA wins 2&1
  • Tony Finau (USA) vs. Ian Poulter (Europe): Europe wins 3&2
  • Justin Thomas (USA) vs. Tyrrell Hatton (Europe): USA wins 4&3
  • Lee Westwood (Europe) finishes 1 up on Harris English (USA): Final
  • Jordan Spieth (USA) vs. Tommy Fleetwood (Europe): Tied
  • Daniel Berger (USA) finishes 1 up on Matt Fitzpatrick (Europe)

Overall Result After Day 3:

USA won the 43rd Ryder cup.



Player of team Europe, Rory cried in his interview on 16. He said, “Incredibly proud to be part of this team. I’ve been extremely disappointed that I haven’t contributed moto to the team. The more I play in this event, the more I realize it’s the best event in golf. It’s the best.”

“Collin and Xander [Schauffele], very good partners — thank you for making my record,” Johnson, the world’s No. 2 player said, “It’s a dream to go 5-0-0 in a Ryder Cup,” said Johnson. “For the first four matches, I had great partners in Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele. We played great together and gelled really well. I am so proud of my teammates and my captains and loved the help from the fans. This award is something to be very proud of. All 12 of us showed great teamwork and came together as a team.”

“You put a point on the board and that’s all very nice but it doesn’t mean anything. OK, I’m unbeaten in singles – it’s nice personally but this is a team week and it is deflating. As a senior player in the team, you don’t really think there is many more left”. Another European player Ian Poulter said.

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