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On-the-green photoshoots, kilts and wigs, and selfies galore -- all accompanied by copious amounts of champagne -- the European Ryder Cup team celebrated its 16.5-11.5 win over the United States in grand style. Here are a few of our favorite photos from the celebrations.
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Rory McIlroy, posing here with teammate Stephen Gallacher, says he doesn't remember how he ended up in a wig and kilt at the Ryder Cup after-party.
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Lee Westwood takes a sip of glory.
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Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter pose with the Cup during the after-party.
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Graeme McDowell and Lee Westwood try to stay out of trouble as they cozy up to some policemen during their celebrations.
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Justin Rose is all smiles after Europe's win.
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Martin Kaymer hams it up with the Samuel Ryder trophy.
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Ian Poulter snaps a winning selfie before the closing ceremonies.
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Team Europe invited Team U.S.A to join in on the festivities, where Lee Westwood said he and Americans Jim Furyk and Phil Mickelson were the "40 year olds" that kept the party going.
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France's Victor Dubuisson is literally knocked off his feet while celebrating Europe's win on the 18th hole at Gleneagles.
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Ian Poulter and his wife Katie head to the airport after a long night of partying European-style.
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Lee Westwood uploaded this photo the morning after the celebrations with the caption, "I have felt better!"
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Rory McIlroy douses Thomas Bjorn with champagne on the last hole at Gleneagles.
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Jamie Donaldson, who secured the win for Europe, poses with the Samuel Ryder trophy.
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Members of Team Europe ready the champagne on the green of the last hole at Gleneagles.
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Captain Paul McGinley congratulates Jamie Donaldson on his win.
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Thomas Bjorn raises the flag of Denmark in celebration of Europe's win.
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Ian Poulter starts the champagne shower as his teammates gather to start celebrating their win.
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Adorned with their countries' flags, Team Europe poses with captain Paul McGinley after winning the 40th Ryder Cup.
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Team Captain Paul McGinley poses with the Samuel Ryder Trophy. He led his team to a 16.5-11.5 victory over Tom Watson's Americans.
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Miguel Angel Jimenez celebrates in style, a bottle of champagne and box of cigars on hand.
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Fellow Northern Irishmen Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy pose with their country's flag, adorned with "G-Mac" and "Wee Mac."
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Captain Paul McGinley is soaked with champagne during the closing ceremonies of the 40th Ryder Cup.