Team Europe Celebrates Ryder Cup Victory
Last night, Team Europe celebrated their impressive victory in the Ryder Cup. The celebrations were filled with wild and rowdy scenes as the players let loose after their triumph. One of the standout moments was when a bleary-eyed Rory McIlroy took a swig from the iconic trophy, representing the team's jubilation.
Tyrrell Hatton Takes the Nightcap
While all the Team Europe players enjoyed their victorious night, it was Tyrrell Hatton who was the last man standing. Sporting multicolored glasses and Ryder Cup pyjamas, Hatton was seen enjoying a nightcap as the celebrations continued.
Team Europe Dominates Ryder Cup
Team Europe put on an impressive performance during the Ryder Cup, securing a crucial victory against Team America. The final result was 16.5-11.5 in favor of Team Europe, marking their 14th success against the Americans. This win also makes it Team Europe's eighth victory in their last 11 meetings with Team America.
Energetic Celebrations on and off the Course
After their win, Team Europe's stars wasted no time getting the celebrations started. They enjoyed a rowdy coach journey away from the course with Rory McIlroy leading a spirited singing session. Chanting "Europe's on fire," McIlroy paraded up and down the aisle with the trophy, creating a lively atmosphere. The players laughed and cheered as they indulged in plenty of booze, with McIlroy even taking a massive swig from the trophy itself.
Hatton and the Lasting Image
Amidst the festivities, Tyrrell Hatton made his mark by chugging a beer directly out of the iconic trophy. As the night wore on, a hilarious photo captured Hatton in the early hours of the morning. He could be seen clutching a beer while sporting multicolored glasses, showing the aftermath of a night filled with fun and celebration.
Hangovers and Farewells
As Team America jetted back to the States to "lick their wounds," Team Europe is undoubtedly waking up with some hangovers this morning. The players and their partners painted the town red as they partied well into the early hours, enjoying the fruits of their Ryder Cup victory.