The Americans are up in all four matches Saturday, with Bradley and Mickelson 4 up in their foursome against Lee Westwood and Luke Donald. Bradley, a Ryder Cup rookie, and good friend Mickelson took down Europe's two best teams Friday.
Bradley and Mickelson didn't have to make a putt to pick up their first two holes. Mickelson put his second shot on No. 1 within 2 feet of the pin, and the Europeans conceded. They gave the Americans the hole on No. 2 after Westwood put his tee shot in the water and missed the bogey putt. Donald's 6-foot putt on No. 6 lipped out to give the Americans a third hole, and Mickelson and Bradley two-putted from 15 feet on the par-5 No. 7 to go up 4.
Jason Dufner and Zach Johnson also have a multiple-hole lead, 2 up on Nicolas Colsaerts and Sergio Garcia through five holes.