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Mickelson and Bradley continued their dominance on Saturday.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley cruised to a quick victory for Team USA on Saturday morning, defeating Lee Westwood and Luke Donald 7-and-6. The United States now leads Europe, 6-3.
The Mickenson/Bradley duo won two points for the U.S. on Friday, and earned another point for the team on Saturday. Not only are they 3-0, but they tied the Ryder Cup record for the largest margin of victory in a foursome match.
Donald and Westwood did not win a single hole, despite the fact that they are are currently third and fourth in the official World Golf Rankings.
Mickelson and Bradley started strong, winning the the first two holes with a pair of birdies. They won five holes on the front nine.
In other matches, things look pretty good for the Americans. Dufner/Johnson and Furyk/Snedeker both lead their matches, while Webb Simpson and Bubba Watson currently trail Ian Poulter and Justin Rose by two holes.