Today we take you back to the fall of 1995, where the 31st Ryder Cup Matches were held at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y.
It was truly the start of what has become European dominance.
Taking a 9-7 lead into Sunday's singles matches, the U.S. looked to be in great position to win a third consecutive Ryder Cup. Instead, the tables turned on the final day. Europe won the singles session 7 1/2-4 1/2 and went on to a 14 1/2-13 1/2 victory.
It was the first time the Europeans ever overcame a deficit going into the final day's play. Irish rookie Philip Walton secured the winning point for the Europeans in a 1-up victory over Jay Haas.
Since 1995, the Europeans have won six of the last eight Ryder Cups.
Here's a look back at the day-by-day breakdown: