MATT FITZPATRICK overcame his Ryder Cup heartbreak in his first event since Europe’s record-breaking defeat as he secured a three-shot victory at the Andalucia Masters.
The Englishman made it two Ryder Cup appearances without a point as Europe were defeated 19-9 at Whistling Straits, losing his singles match from one up with three to play to ensure the United States won by a record margin.
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