The United States take a commanding five-point lead into Sunday's Solheim Cup singles matches after another dominant fourball display in the match play showdown with Europe on Saturday.
The United States won three of four fourball matches -- and five of eight points on offer on the day -- to stretch their lead to 10 1/2 to 5 1/2 going into Sunday's 12 singles matches.
After being whitewashed in Friday's fourball matches, the Europeans couldn't gain any ground with a split of Saturday morning's four foursomes matches at Des Moines Golf and Country Club in Iowa.
And the Americans, trying to retain the title they won in Germany in 2015, went on to win three afternoon matches to extend their lead.
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