When we left things on Saturday, the US had a sizeable lead overall but only led one of the remaining four matches still out on the course at Muirfield Village.
Here's a look at how the four remaining matches played out early on Sunday morning:
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley halved match with Jason Day and
Fist pumps were flying everywhere but each team managed only a half point.
Bill Haas and Steve Stricker defeat Adam Scott and
Ernie Els and Brendon de Jonge defeat Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar 1UP -- Els made a clutch six-foot putt on No. 18 for the win but the International team tried to give it to Woods and Kuchar for much of the morning.
Woods and Kuchar were the last Americans to accrue losses this week.
Webb Simpson and Brandt Snedeker defeat Louis Oosthuizen and
This is how the six holes Oosthuizen and Schwartzel played looked on Sunday: bogey, bogey, double bogey, par, bogey, and par.
As a result: Loss.
So the US takes a six-point lead to the singles matches and needs only four points to retain the Presidents Cup -- a feat that should mean a quick day of singles play and a resounding win for the Americans.
Also, I would be remiss to not mention that the biggest margin of victory ever was 11 points by the US Team in 2000.