Heading into the final day at the 2002 Ryder Cup, it couldn't have been any closer. The Curtis Strange led U.S. team was tied with Sam Torrance's European squad, 8-8, with just the Sunday singles play remaining at The Belfry.
The European's took 4 1/2 points in the first five matches to set the tone. Eventually, they would go on to win 15 1/2-12 1/2, with then rookie Paul McGinley (the 2014 European Captain), claiming the decisive half-point in a match with Jim Furyk.
Since 2002, the Europeans have won five of the last six Ryder Cups.
Here's a breakdown of the 2002 matches: