The Americans won the championship by a score of 16-and-a-half to 11-and-a-half. Kenny Perry was one of two Kentuckians on the U.S. team, which he says got a much-needed boost from the partisan crowd.
“I just can’t thank them enough, they kept us pumped up, they kept us going, and it was just a magical week. That was my word all week was magical, when I started my hot stretch this summer, and I had the greatest day of my life today,” Perry said.
The U.S. team played without Tiger Woods, who’s recovering from knee surgery.
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