Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson have won again, and this time they did it in record fashion.
The Americans beat Lee Westwood and Luke Donald 7 and 6 on Saturday, matching the Ryder Cup record for most lopsided finish in an 18-hole team match. It had happened twice before, most recently in 1991, both times in foursomes.
Bradley is now 3-0, the best start in the Ryder Cup for a U.S. rookie since that guy he was playing with did it in 1995. And it handed Donald his second straight loss in foursomes after going unbeaten his first six times out.
The Americans lead Europe 6-3, and are up in two other matches.
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