Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed

For the first time since 2008, the Ryder Cup is property of the United States. Team USA opened the weekend with a 4-0 sweep Friday morning and never looked back. Finishing with a 7.5-4.5, the Americans held home soil, 17-11, the highest margin of U.S. victory since an 18.5-9.5 win in 1981.

The American dominance gave all 12 players a chance to showcase their celebratory skills. Some dialed up choreographed high fives and dances, hyping up the Hazeltine crowd. Some let the fist pumps and leaps come naturally. Not to spoil the bottom of this list, but Patrick Reed, Phil Mickelson, Brandt Snedeker and Rickie Fowler put themselves on an elite level in the group.

12. Brooks Koepka

Koepka is not an emotional person, but his 3-1-0 record made him one of the stronger players of the weekend. During a 5&4 demolition of Danny Willett -- the most lopsided singles match Sunday -- Koepka gave his caddie a hearty fist pound.

11. Dustin Johnson

Johnson showed some animation with a waist-high high five with his caddy after a long putt during Sunday's singles matches. Johnson, the 2016 PGA Player of the Year, has had almost too much success this season to get excited about a 2-2-0 Ryder Cup performance. A younger DJ would have let the fist pumps fly.

10. J.B. Holmes

Holmes met perhaps Europe's best player, Thomas Pieters, on Sunday, but he still flashed a raised flex fist pump.

9. Jimmy Walker

The 2016 PGA Championship winner proved this season he can balance emotion and results. His coordination with others and himself can be improved with these high fives, fist bumps and claps, but at least he goes for it.

8. Ryan Moore

The last player added to the roster, Moore won his final three holes against Lee Westwood to win 1 Up and clinch the U.S. victory. His fist pump is clean with some extra underdog flair.

7. Jordan Spieth

Being one of the top players in the world for the past three years, Spieth acts like he's been there before on the course with a workmanlike fist pump. However, his celebration after the U.S. claimed victory, a champagne guzzle poured by Phil Mickelson, was impressive.

6. Matt Kuchar

With some help from Mickelson, the 38-year-old Kuchar pulled out a shimmy on Day 2.

5. Zach Johnson

Johnson's long-time caddie, Damon Green, made his birdie dance famous at the 2015 Open Championship, flapping his wings when Johnson reached a playoff. The duo was back at it during singles play at this year's Ryder Cup.

4. Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler's fist pumps are pretty good, but more importantly, the 27-year-old celebrated with the GOAT, Michael Jordan. But Fowler needs to figure out how to handle champagne.

Fowler also has this celebratory gem.

3. Brandt Snedeker

Snedeker's backpedaling, vibrating double-fist pump helped him win six holes in a 3&1 singles victory over Andy Sullivan on Sunday.

2. Phil Mickelson

Mickelson's leap at the 2004 Masters, his first major title, became an iconic image in golf history. Now 46, Lefty showed he still has hops with a jump after birdieing No. 18 Sunday. Mickelson and Sergio Garcia halved their match with 19 combined birdies.

1. Patrick Reed

The best player this Ryder Cup also has the best celebrations. In Reed's 1 Up singles win over Rory McIlroy, an instant classic, Reed took a bow and wagged his finger at the European star.

On the 18th hole, he turned his win into a way to pump up the American crowd.

-- Follow Jeffrey Eisenband on Twitter @JeffEisenband.