U.S. dominating the Curtis Cup
St. Louis, MO (Sports Network) - Alison Lee won two matches on Saturday to help the lead the United States to a commanding 9-2 lead over Great Britain & Ireland with the Curtis Cup suspended due to darkness.
Lee has tallied a 3-0-1 record so far for the Americans, who lost one match thus far.
The final foursomes match was suspended due to darkness with Americans Ally McDonald and Mariah Stackhouse leading 1-up through 15 holes against Great Britain & Ireland's Stephanie Meadow and Georgia Hall.
Lee teamed with Kyung Kim to earn a 4 & 2 win over Meadow and Hall in the first match of four-ball play Saturday morning at St. Louis Country Club. The morning session also had a weather delay that slowed action on Saturday.
Great Britain & Ireland's Annabel Dimmock and Bronte Law earned the first win for the GB&I team. They fought off Erynne Lee and Annie Park, 1-up. Emma Talley and Stackhouse best Gabriella Cowley and Gemma Dryburgh, 2 & 1, in the last four-ball match.
The American led 7-2 heading to the afternoon foursomes play. Just after the foursomes matches started there was another lengthy weather delay.
Alison Lee and Ashlan Ramsey earned a 2 & 1 win over Charlotte Thomas and Dryburgh. Kim and Erynne Lee bested Eilidh Briggs and Cowley, 3 & 2.
Meadow and Hall lost an early lead in the final match. They fell 3-down after 11 holes, but got back within 1-down before play was called for the night.
06/07 22:52:32 ET