Austin Ernst and Nanna Koerstz Madsen fought back and forth all day, sitting tied for nine of their 18 holes and with no player pulling clear by more than one hole. Ernst had a putt to win the match on No. 18 but left it just inches short of the hole. After conceding Ernst’s par, Koerstz Madsen knocked in her short par putt to tie the hole and the match.
“I think it was fair that the match finished halved. We both played, to be honest, not very good,” said Koerstz Madsen, playing in her first Solheim Cup. “I know it means a lot right now, every point that we can get, so half a point is, I think it's good right now. I'm just happy I could just bring a half a point.”