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Spider Miller's US Team beat GB&I 19-7 with Maverick McNealy, Collin Monikawa and Doug Ghim all recording 100% records
USA Dominate GB&I To Win Walker Cup
The Walker Cup is staying Stateside after the USA rampaged GB&I at Los Angeles Country Club.
The Americans matched their record points tally of 19 back in 1993.
The sides were level after the first foursomes session at 2-2 but the US led at the halfway mark by 8-4 after a solid singles session.
The score was 11-5 by Sunday's afternoon singles which the USA won to reach the final score of 19-7.
David Boote was the only Brit to win a singles match on Sunday, beating US Amateur Champion Doc Redman.
Robert MacIntyre halved his match with Cameron Champ.
Highlights from the Sunday singles:
The US trio of Maverick McNealy, Colin Monikawa and Doug Ghim each won four points out of a possible four to set a new record.
USA had previously seen two players go 4-0 in three different Walker Cups, but never three players in the same match.
GB&I have had two players go 4-0 in the same match in 1999, when Luke Donald and Paul Casey each posted 100% records.
The USA now leads by 36-9-1 from 46 Walker Cup matches.
GB&I had won the previous match in 2015 at Royal Lytham and St Annes by 16.5-19.5.
They look to regain the Walker Cup next time in September 2019 at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
The stars of the show
Maverick McNealy - The world #2 amateur is turning professional and will likely receive some PGA Tour invites. Look out for him.
Colin Monikawa - The American plays collegiate golf at the University of California and has won four major Amateur titles. He is fifth in the World Amateur Golf Ranking.
Doug Ghim - The world number four was runner-up at the US Public Links Championship and beat Jordan Spieth's record by two strokes at the CB&I Boys Championship in 2014 with a 12-under-par total of 204. He plays his collegiate golf at the University of Texas.
Jack Singh Brar - The Englishman won three out of four points, eventually losing to Masters low-amateur Stewart Hagestad. Singh Brar is #64 in the WAGR and won the Lytham Trophy this year.
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