If you needed a perfect summation of why the Europeans dominated the Americans in this year’s Ryder Cup, look no further than this simple, beautiful, and inspiring video.
— Ryder Cup Europe (@RyderCupEurope) October 2, 2018
To the Euros, the Ryder Cup is something bigger than themselves. The Ryder Cup is even bigger than simply “representing” Europe. The Ryder Cup is about togetherness. It’s about being part of a team. It’s about being there for one another. Picking each other up.
And, above all else, it is about winning. Whatever it takes. From whoever it takes. It is about winning.
Many Americans were confused about the European Captain picks like Ian Poulter and Sergio Garcia. But you know who wasn’t confused about those picks? The Europeans. They know what it takes to win as a team. They know who understands what it means to be on a team. And they know that being on a European Ryder Cup team is a privilege and an honor.
Simply put, there is a cultural divide between the two teams. And this video represents it perfectly.
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