Ryder Cup career records: Win-loss totals for all 24 players in France

September 27, 2018
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Twelve men from America and 12 men from Europe meet every two years to decide the fate of the Ryder Cup. Some of them dominate, others wilt under pressure. Some of them build their legend while others never return to the event.

This year’s teams have a healthy mix of veterans and rookies, players in their 40s and players in their 20s. Which of them have played well in past Cups? Check out the career Ryder Cup records of all of this week’s players below.

Team U.S.

Patrick Reed: 6-1-2 (2-0-0 in singles)
Dustin Johnson: 6-5 (3-0-0 in singles)
Brooks Koepka: 3-1 (1-0-0 in singles)
Jordan Spieth: 4-3-2 (0-2-0 in singles)
Phil Mickelson: 18-20-7 (5-5-1 in singles)
Tiger Woods: 13-17-3 (4-1-2 in singles)
Webb Simpson: 2-3-1 (0-1-1 in singles)
Rickie Fowler: 2-4-5 (1-1-1 in singles)
Bubba Watson: 3-8 (0-3-0 in singles)
Bryson DeChambeau: 0-0-0 (rookie)
Justin Thomas: 0-0-0 (rookie)
Tony Finau: 0-0-0 (rookie)

Team Europe:

Ian Poulter: 12-4-2 (4-0-1 in singles)
Sergio Garcia: 19-11-7 (3-4-1 in singles)
Justin Rose: 11-6-2 (2-1-1 in singles)
Rory McIlroy: 9-6-4 (2-1-1 in singles)
Paul Casey: 3-2-4 (1-1-1 in singles)
Henrik Stenson: 7-7-2 (2-2-0 in singles)
Francesco Molinari: 0-3-2 (0-1-1 in singles)
Jon Rahm: 0-0-0 (rookie)
Alex Noren: 0-0-0 (rookie)
Tommy Fleetwood: 0-0-0 (rookie)
Thorbjorn Olesen: 0-0-0 (rookie)
Tyrrell Hatton: 0-0-0 (rookie)