The United States have regained the Ryder Cup and are set to beat Europe by a record score at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
Open champion Collin Morikawa claimed the winning half point in the fifth of the 12 singles matches as the home side reached the 14½ points they needed early on Sunday.
Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter, who kept up his record of never losing in the singles, were in tears despite winning their matches as they showed the emotion of what will be a chastening defeat for Europe.
Around them, American players and fans celebrated, with Brooks Koepka downing a beer thrown to him from the crowd after he completed a 2&1 victory on the 17th green.
There had already been big wins for Patrick Cantlay, Scottie Scheffler and Bryson DeChambeau amid a carnival atmosphere by Lake Michigan, while Dustin Johnson became the first American to win all five matches at a Ryder Cup since 1979.
“This is a special day for everyone here involved,” said US captain Steve Stricker “The Ryder Cup means a lot to everybody, your side and our side. We finally put in a dominant performance.
“These guys played great, they deserve it, they were fired up to be here and it showed.”
There are still several matches to be completed, with the US on course to eclipse the record 18½-9½ victories twice enjoyed by Europe and once by the Americans.
More to follow.