The Ryder Cup, the biennial team event pitting the United States against a European coalition, has a roller coaster history of results.
The Americans dominated the competition for half a century, losing just three matches from 1927 to 1983.
The last two decades, however, have been a different tale.
The Europeans have won eight of the last 10 matches, with many of those victories coming in blowout fashion.
The Ryder Cup is a three day event consisting of 28 matches.