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  1. The U.S. set a record in blowing out Europe. And with such a young, confident group, the Americans expect more of the same for years to come.
  2. It is likely the last Ryder Cup for some of Europe's aging stars. Does the next group of players -- or some who weren't here this time -- have what it takes to keep up with these Americans?
  3. The U.S. turned its big lead into a Ryder Cup win.
  4. K.J. Choi's two-shot victory Sunday at the PURE Insurance Championship gave him his first PGA Tour Champions win.
  5. Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka were all smiles with each other after they both contributed to a dominant U.S. victory in the Ryder Cup.
  6. The Americans, with six newcomers and their youngest team ever, never lost a session and handed Europe its worst loss since it became part of the Ryder Cup in 1979.
  7. Nasa Hataoka, a 22-year-old from Japan, shot a final-round 4-under 67 to finish at 16-under Sunday, en route to winning the Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship.
  8. Rory McIlroy said of this year's Ryder Cup: "The more I play in this event, I realize it's that it's the best event in golf. I love being a part of it. I can't wait to be part of many more.''
  9. K.J. Choi shot a 4-under 68 on Saturday for a two-stroke lead over Alex Cejka and Bernhard Langer after two rounds of the PGA Tour Champions PURE Insurance Championship.
  10. Japan's Nasa Hataoka made a hole-in-one for the second straight day and shot a 6-under 65 to move into a tie with Australia's Minjee Lee after two rounds of the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.