Great Moments in Ryder Cup History
Europe won its first Ryder Cup in 28 years with Sam Torrance clinching the victory with an 18-foot birdie putt.
Spanish sensations Seve Ballesteros (left) and Jose Maria Olazabal paired up to electrify the gallery at the Belfry.
With the Cup on the line, Bernhard Langer (left) and Hale Irwin each stumbled down the stretch in their match.
Justin Leonard's 45-foot putt sealed a miracle comeback for the U.S. -- and set off a controversial celebration.
Paul McGinley's par putt on the 18th hole clinched a European win in an event postponed a year due to Sept. 11.