Kentuckians J.B. Holmes and Kenny Perry lead Americans over Europe in 37th Ryder Cup

Native Kentuckian J.B. Holmes used his trademark massive drives, clutch shots down the back nine and one lucky break to help win the Ryder Cup for the U.S. Team Sunday in front of a raucous home crowd. Meanwhile, fellow Kentuckian Kenny Perry won his match in convincing fashion, despite playing with pain down the stretch. Speaking of Holmes and Perry, U.S. Captain Paul Azinger said "Kentucky should be proud."

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J.B. Holmes - 2008 Ryder Cup Matches

J.B. Holmes used his long drives to win Sunday's key singles match versus Europe's Soren Hansen.

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