They pulled ahead in a tight four-balls match to beat Ian Poulter and Jon Rahm for the lone American point in the morning that prevented Europe from a second straight sweep of a team session.
The United States team certainly made the hosts earn the victory with a downhill string of early points and half points, but in a flurry at the end, the Euros took back the trophy after the Americans won it two years agoand kept the USA from winning on European soil for the first time since 1993.
The turning point was when rookie Finau's tee shot on the par-three 16th hit a railway sleeper separating the green from the water, spun into the air and settled three feet from the hole. It never materialised. At one point, in fact, Europe were up in all four matches again. USA captain Jim Furyk chose not to disrupt his pairings from Friday, altering only the golfers' order of play, and Team Europe continued its dominance in the early Saturday fourball matches.
And, frankly, it would be hard for anyone to knock off Fleetwood and Molinari, who have become the first European duo to win all four of their Ryder Cup matches. "I mean, he put a lot of work and effort into it and played a lot more golf than he's used to".
If not for Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas, the Americans might really be in trouble.
"If we can get two or three points early, it gets to be quiet and uneasy around here".
'It was getting tight a little bit but I had belief and faith in this team that they were going to deliver and they delivered more than they should have'. The writing was on the wall for Woods, paired with Bryson DeChambeau on this occasion, after Fleetwood and Molinari opened with a birdie. That was enough for the Spaniard to overtake Nick Faldo and Europe's all-time leading Ryder Cup points-winner with 25.5.
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Woods has failed to win seven consecutive matches, dating to his singles victory against Molinari in Wales in 2010. The 42-year-old golfer was coming off his first PGA Tour win in more than five years, taking home the Tour Championship last weekend.
Woods insisted that his body feels just fine.
Ian Poulter bagged a passionate point on the last hole, beating world number one Dustin Johnson and with just another point required, the Cup was secure once Henrik Stenson and Francesco Molinari went dormie up, securing a half point each.
"That's the frustrating thing about match play".
Woods did not play as poorly as some of his teammates - being badly let down by a misfiring Reed on the first two days - but was a shadow of the man who sealed his emotional comeback just days before.
The rest of Europe wasn't too shabby either.