The perfect weekend of Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar at the 2013 Presidents Cup continued during a marathon third day of competition.
For the majority of their day, the United States duo were involved in a fourball match with Adam Scott and Hideki Matsuyama, which they won 1 Up.
Woods' spectacular approach shot at the 15th hole set up a conceded eagle putt that handed the Americans the positive momentum boost that they needed to win their third match of the competition.
However, the dynamic duo fell on some hard times in their foursomes match with Ernie Els and Brendan de Jonge, a match that was suspended due to darkness.
With play beginning early Sunday morning, Els and de Jonge hold a 2 Up lead through nine holes.
To remain undefeated at Muirfield Village Golf Club this weekend, Woods and Kuchar will have to play a strong back nine to earn a full point for the United States.
In the competition as a whole, the United States has a 11.5-6.5 lead over the International squad heading into Sunday.
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