NAIRN, Scotland (AP) -- Britain-Ireland rallied past the United States on Sunday to win the Curtis Cup, ending the Americans' 16-year domination of the tournament.
The outcome means that for the first time all four major professional and amateur men's and women's team trophies are held by Britain, Ireland and Europe.
Britain-Ireland beat the Americans 10 12 to 9 12 despite needing to win five of the eight singles matches Sunday. Stephanie Meadow of Northern Ireland scored the critical point by defeating Amy Anderson.
Britain-Ireland and Europe now hold the Curtis Cup, men's amateur Walker Cup plus the pro Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup titles.