USA on course for victory
The United States remained firmly on course for victory in the Presidents Cup as they held the upper hand in the Sunday singles.
The hosts began the day leading the international team 14-8, and although Jason Day beat Brandt Snedeker early in the day to cancel out Hunter Mahan's victory over Hideki Matsuyama, the Americans held the advantage in almost every other match up.
Day comprehensively beat Snedeker by six shots, recording seven birdies to Snedeker's two to win 6&4.
Mahan also had seven birdies in his 3&2 victory over Matsuyama, who replied with four.
Of the matches still in progress, Adam Scott was the sole international player holding a lead as he reached the 13th one up on Bill Haas after recording birdies on the sixth, eighth and 10th holes.
Tiger Woods had been trailing Richard Sterne but then birdied the ninth to draw back level.
Steve Stricker and Ernie Else were also tied after 14 holes, but six other matches were leaning in favour of the Americans.