The Ryder Cup 2012 results for pivotal Sunday singles are slowly coming in at Medinah Country Club between Team USA vs Team Europe. With struggling 0-3, USA Ryder Cup team keep on rolling with 10-6 lead against the Europeans after Saturday's action.
On the first match Sundaywon 2- and-1 against to bring the Europeans closer to 10-7. The second Ryder Cup 2012 results came delivered by vs. pairing with Lawrie winning 5-and-3. The score now 10-8 after Lawrie wins.
It's a blow for the Americans whengive third victory of the day when he wins 2-and-1 against Keegan Bradley to bring Team Europe closer with in one point 10-9 lead.
The U.S. needs 14 1/2 points to regain the trophy, while Europe requires 14 points to retain the title it won two years ago. Check this page for Ryder Cup 2012 Results and live update.
Match 1: Bubba Watson vs. Luke Donald - Donalds wins 2 and 1 Score USA 10 - 7 Europe
Match 2:vs. - Poulter wins 2up Score: USA 10 - 8 Europe
Match 3: Keegan Bradley vs. Rory McIlroy - McIlroy wins 2 and 1 Score: USA 10 - 9 Europe
Match 4:vs. - Rose wins 1up Score: USA 10 - 10 Europe
Match 5: Brandt Snedeker vs. Paul Lawrie (12:47 p.m.) — Snedeker lost to Lawrie 5 and 3 Score: USA 10 - 11 Europe
Match 6:vs. Nicolas Colsaerts - Johnson wins 3 and 2, first win from Team USA Score: USA 11 - 11 Europe
Match 7: Zach Johnson vs. Graeme McDowell - Johnson wins 2 and 1 Score: USA 12 - 11 Europe
Match 8: Jim Furyk vs. Sergio Garcia - Furyk missed the final 4-footer putt as he lost to Garcia 1up, Score: USA 12 - 12 Europe
Match 9: Jason Dufner vs. Peter Hanson - Dufner wins 2up to give USA a draw, Score: USA 13 - 13 Europe
Match 10: Matt Kuchar vs. Lee Westwood - Westwood give the Team Europe lead in win 3 and 2 against Kuchar Score USA 12 - 13 Europe
Match 11: Steve Stricker vs. Martin Kaymer - Kaymar wins 1up and delivered the clinching putt for the 14th point for team Europe wild comeback WIN!
Match 12: Tiger Woods vs. Francesco Molinari - Halves
USA - 13.5 points
EUROPE 14.5 points - Team Europe just need 14 pts to retain the title.
Europe pull off a sensational comeback from 10-6 down to retain the Ryder Cup 14.5-13.5 against USA at Medinah. Paired against Steve Stricker, it was Martin Kaymer who clinched final 14th point for Europe. After beginning the final day trailing 10-6, Europe needs to match the biggest comeback in Ryder Cup history to log its seventh win in nine editions. The U.S. won the 1999 edition at Brookline, Massachusetts, after trailing 10-6 going into the 12 singles matches.