Sergio Garcia achieved a milestone Saturday. He became the player with the most matches won in Ryder Cup by winning the 3&1 with teammate Jon Rahm of Spain. Also, it was his 24th match win in the competition.
Garcia and Rahm won against Daniel Berger and Brooks Koepka. The European pair had to come from behind to win the match after being down by three shots. Also, it was the second win for the European couple after winning the match the previous day.
According to the best pay per head bookie service, Garcia made his Ryder Cup debut in 1999. At present, he appeared in ten Cups. In 2006, Garcia became the second player to win four points via fourball and foursome matches.
Most Matches Won in Ryder Cup
Entering the current year’s event, Garcia had scored similarly however many points as the whole US group joined. During the 2018 Ryder Cup, Garcia surpassed Nick Faldo’s record to turn into Europe’s unsurpassed leading scorer with 25.5 points.
Nonetheless, although he passed Faldo for the number of points, it took him until Saturday to pass him for the most successful matches at the Ryder Cup.
According to PricePerPlayer.com blog sources, Faldo won 23 matches. However, presently Garcia is the record holder by winning his 23rd and 24th matches in Wisconsin.
When told about the information about breaking the record after his round, Garcia said it was extraordinary. However, Europe’s situation in the Ryder Cup was his primary goal.
When he was told about it on the seventeenth hole, he said he didn’t have the foggiest idea about the record. Also, he added that he couldn’t have cared less.
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