A dozen singles matches stand between the United States Ryder Cup Team and just its second victory since 2000.
The U.S. team enters Sunday with a 10-6 advantage and will need just 4.5 points to bring the cup back stateside. The only other U.S. victory in this competition since the turn of the century came at Valhalla in 2008.
Europe claimed the last two points of Saturday’s afternoon session, however. Does that give them the edge? Or is the U.S. four-point advantage too much to overcome? Share your thoughts below.