MacIntyre, 27, took 2.5 points from a possible three at Marco Simone last week.
Bob paid for all his friends and family’s travel and accommodation last week. Despite all the heroics, he was always jumping on the Jet2 flight with those people that have supported him from the beginning. #TeamEurope https://t.co/dMnDXnue9N— Ru Macdonald (@RuMacdonald) October 2, 2023
According to the DP World Tour, MacIntyre paid for the flights and accommodation of his friends and family to travel over to Rome for his Ryder Cup debut.
That was the only European victory of that particular session.
MacIntyre was then stuck out in the final match of the Sunday Singles.
While it did not look as though MacIntyre would be called upon given the five-point lead Europe took into the final day, that was far from the case as it panned out as Zach Johnson's United States team rallied in the middle of the card.
But MacIntyre kept his composure in the bottom match to see off US Open champion Clark 2&1 as the Europeans went on to run out 16.5-11.5 victors.
MacIntyre told BBC Scotland:
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