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Watch Jordan Spieth celebrate his Ryder Cup victory by chugging champange, spraying hundreds of fans

Dallas native Jordan Spieth may have lost his singles match Sunday at the Ryder Cup, but that certainly didn't stop him from celebrating a successful weekend and his first time being a part of a Ryder Cup championship team. Spieth, who went 2-2-1 on the weekend and was one of just two Americans to take part in every Ryder Cup session, had an epic celebration with fan-favorite Phil Mickelson which consisted of Mickelson pouring champagne down Spieth's throat and the two of them spraying fans with more champagne atop a balcony.
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