Team Europe clinched the Ryder Cup in what turned out to be a tenser than expected final day at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club thanks to a Team USA fightback led by Patrick Cantlay.
Ultimately, though, no team had ever come back from a five-point deficit.
It was Tommy Fleetwood who took Europe to the 14.5 points needed to reclaim the Ryder Cup in the penultimate Sunday singles match against Rickie Fowler.
The Englishman drove the green at the short par-4th and went on to make a birdie, meaning he couldn't lose the match.
It wasn't official, but the celebrations could begin for Luke Donald's men.
And didn't they just. One fan decided to breach security and sprint straight to the pond that guards the green before going for a dip!
Watch the clip below:
We got a loose one pic.twitter.com/bQQdGeba10— Riggs (@RiggsBarstool) October 1, 2023
Saturday morning foursomes
2&1 McIlroy / Fleetwood vs. Thomas / Spieth
9&7 Hovland / Aberg vs. Scheffler / Koepka
Lowry / Straka vs Homa / Harman / Homa 4&2
2&1 Hatton / Rahm vs. Cantlay / Schauffele
Saturday afternoon fourballs:
Hovland / Aberg vs. Burns / Morikawa 4&3
Fleetwood / Hojgaard vs. Homa / Harman 2&1
3&2 Rose / MacIntyre vs. Thomas / Spieth
Fitzpatrick / McIlroy vs. Cantlay / Clark 1UP
Friday morning foursomes:
4&3 Rahm / Hatton vs. Scheffler / Burns
4&3 Hovland / Aberg vs. Homa / Harman
2&1 Lowry / Straka vs. Fowler / Morikawa
2&1 McIlroy / Fleetwood vs. Schauffele / Cantlay
Friday afternoon fourballs:
Tied: Hovland / Hatton vs. Thomas / Spieth
Tied: Rahm / Hovland vs. Scheffler / Kopeka
Tied: Rose / MacIntyre vs. Homa / Clark
5&3 McIlroy / Fitzpatrick vs. Morikawa / Schauffele