European captain Nick Faldo said he had "no regrets" and was proud of his Ryder Cup team even though the United States eased to a convincing win at Valhalla.
His decision to put Padraig Harrington, Lee Westwood and Ian Poulter in the final three singles pairings was questioned as Europe lost 16½-11½.
But Faldo said: "One of my goals was to leave knowing that I did my best for the team, and I'm more than happy.
"I'm proud of everyone. All 24 guys gave their all and we came up short."
The US led 9-7 going into the final day and the contest was already decided before the last four singles matches had finished as the hosts dominated. - BBC