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Rookie Jamie Donaldson struck the shot of a lifetime to secure a singles win over Keegan Bradley Sunday and take Europe to victory over the United States in the Ryder Cup for the eighth time in 10 years.The holders were assured of retaining the trophy when Donaldson moved four up with four to play but he then hit a stunning approach to within two feet on the 15th and Bradley, some distance away, duly conceded the putt, the match and the Ryder Cup.Starting the day 10-6 up, Europe needed four points to retain the trophy they won after coming back from the same score two years ago but it was mostly American red on the leaderboard after the early holes.Having failed to spark over the previous two days, McIlroy looked every inch the player who has scooped two majors this season as he brought home Europe's first point.Minutes later, Graeme McDowell, who sunk the decisive putt four years ago, completed his fantastic comeback to beat rookie Jordan Spieth 2 & 1 having been three down after nine holes in the first match out.
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