The United States defeated Europe 18-12 to reclaim the Palmer Cup at Rich Harvest Farms where Gary Hurley rounded off his second appearance in the event with a singles win.
The Americans now lead the all-time series 10-8 with one match halved following their 6-4 victory in the final singles session.
Team USA need only two points to win the Palmer Cup and Hunter Stewart’s 4 and 3 victory against Thomas Detry put the Americans one match away from reclaiming the cup.
Clement Sordet kept Europe’s hopes alive briefly with a 2 and 1 win over Anders Albertson before the United States clinched the Palmer Cup with near simultaneous victories by Beau Hossler and Ollie Schniederjans.
Hossler defeated Pep Angles, 2 and 1, while Schneiderjans beat Max Rottluff, 5 and 3.
Stewart and Robby Shelton of Team USA became the 15th and 16th players to post a 4-0 record at a Palmer Cup and the first since Andrew Yun of the United States in 2012.
It was the first time that multiple players went undefeated and untied since Europe accomplished the same feat in 2006.
Matthias Schwab of Rohrmoos, Austria, and Hunter Stewart of Lexington, Ky., were named recipients of the Michael Carter Award which is presented to the Palmer Cup participant that best represents the qualities and ideals sportsmanship, integrity and upholding of the game.
Hurley lost 6 and 5 to Jack Maguire in Saturday's singles but gained some measure of revenge with a one hole victory on Sunday, leaving him with a 2-2-0 record overall. Full results
Palmer Cup, Rich Harvest Farms
United States 18, Europe 12
- Clement Sordet, Europe def. Anders Albertson, United States, 2 and 1
- Hunter Stewart, United States def. Thomas Detry, Europe, 4 and 3
- Beau Hossler, United States def. Pep Angles, Europe, 2 and 1
- Maverick McNealy, United States def. Adrian Meronk, Europe, 3 and 2
- Ollie Schniederjans, United States def. Max Rottluff, Europe, 5 and 3
- Mathias Schwab, Europe def. Carr Vernon, United States, 1-up
- Gary Hurley, Europe def. Jack Maguire, United States, 1-up
- Rowin Caron, Europe def. Kyle Jones, United States, 2 and 1
- Robby Shelton, United States def. Mathias Eggenberger, Europe, 4 and 3
- Lee McCoy, United States halved Jon Rahm, Europe
Argentina's Fabian Gomez won his maiden PGA Tour title when he beat England's Greg Owen by four strokes to claim the FedEx St Jude Classic.
Gomez, who had to win back his Tour card through the Web.com Tour last year, started the round tied for the lead with Owen on nine under and closed with a 66 for a 267 total for the win and $1.08 million.
Phil Mickelson closed with a 65, rolling in a 25-footer on the last, to tie for third on eight under 272 with Seung-Yul Noh (65), Michael Thompson (66), Matt Jones (68) and Brooks Kopeka (70) before heading to the US Open in search of a win that would complete the career grand slam,
Boo Weekley (65), Billy Horschel (65), Russell Knox (66) and Chad Campbell (68) all tied for seventh at 273.
West Waterford's Seamus Power moved another seven spots up the money list to 68th thanks to his share of 24th in the Rust-Oleum Championship on Ohio.
The former international finished on eight under, 10 strokes behind Shane Bertsch (66). who won by one from Brazil's Lucas Lee (65).