Ryder Cup Outtakes\nExclusive images from the Golf Digest and Golf World photographers at Medinah\nPractice\n\nBubba Watson interacts with fans. The next day, he riled up the crowd by getting them to cheer as he hit his opening tee shot.\nFriday Morning Foursomes\n\nThere weren't only American fans at Medinah. Here, a group of European supporters watch Steve Stricker hit a shot.\nFriday Afternoon Four-Ball\n\nKeegan Bradley reacts after narrowly missing an eagle putt on the 15th hole.\nSaturday Morning Foursomes\n\nGraeme McDowell tees off on the opening hole. The 2010 Ryder Cup star struggled to a 1-3 record.\nFriday Morning Foursomes\n\nLuke Donald hits a fairway bunker shot in his opening match. Donald and partner, Sergio Garcia suffered their first-ever loss in foursomes to Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson.\nFriday morning Foursomes\n\nJason Dufner exhibits about as much emotion as he will ever show after sinking a putt.\nFriday Afternoon Four-Ball\n\nDustin Johnson launches a drive. The captain's pick was the only American with an undefeated record (3-0) for the week.\nSaturday Morning Foursomes\n\nKeegan Bradley drains a birdie putt on the ninth green on the way to a 7-and-6 win with partner Phil Mickelson against Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy. The result equaled the most lopsided win in Ryder Cup history.\nSaturday Afternoon Four-Ball\n\nFor a second-straight day, Matt Kuchar and partner Dustin Johnson won their Four-Ball match.\nSunday Singles\n\nThe putts weren't falling for recent FedEx Cup champ Brandt Snedeker on Sunday. The captain's pick lost 5 and 3 to Paul Lawrie\nSunday Singles\n\nKeegan Bradley stares down a putt in his match against Rory McIlroy. The 26-year-old lost 2 and 1 to drop his record to 3-1 for the week.\nSunday Singles\n\nJustin Rose celebrates after making a 12-foot putt for birdie on No. 18 to defeat Phil Mickelson, 1 up.\nSunday Singles\n\nJim Furyk reacts after missing a par putt on the final hole. The captain's pick bogeyed 17 and 18 to lose his match to Sergio Garcia.\nSunday Singles\n\nDustin Johnson comforts Steve Stricker after he loses the deciding match Martin Kaymer.\nSunday Singles\n\nMartin Kaymer takes a victory lap after winning the clinching point for the Europeans.\nSunday Singes\n\nLuke Donald and Sergio Garcia savor Europe's victory amid a sea of media.\nThe European squad celebrates its fifth Ryder Cup victory in the past six meetings between the two teams.\nSunday Singles\n\nIan Poulter hugs the Ryder Cup trophy. If there was an MVP trophy, he would have been hugging that too after his perfect 4-0 performance.