Europe sweeps foursomes for first time to start Ryder Cup
The European team dominated the opening session of the 44th Ryder Cup.
The Europeans won all four foursomes matches, marking a historic first.
The American team struggled to maintain leads in any of the morning matches.
It's only the fourth time the European team has been unbeaten in a session.
Spain's Jon Rahm and England's Tyrrell Hatton secured the first point.
The U.S. needs 14 points to retain the trophy; Europeans need 14½ to win.
Play will continue with four four-ball matches after the dominant European morning.