The hosts took a 9-3 lead into the Sunday singles at Quaker Ridge in New York and won each of the eight of the apparatuses to finish a 14-point triumph, breaking the past winning record of 11 from 1982.
Extraordinary Britain and Ireland skipper Elaine Farquharson-Black stated: “We’re clearly exceptionally disillusioned with the scoreline and everything you can do is compliment the United States on their win and the simple exclusive expectation of golf they have played for the current week.”
Requiring only 1.5points on Sunday to finish triumph, Sophia Schubert saw off Olivia Mehaffey 2&1 in the primary match to broaden the USA’s preference.
Kristen Gillman despatched Annabell Fuller 5&4 to secure the hosts the triumphant point, with the 20-year-old winding up just the third player in history to win each of the five matches in a single Curtis Cup.
15-year-old Lucy Li included a 5&4 triumph against India Clyburn and Jennifer Kupcho asserted a 2&1 accomplishment over Lily May Humphreys, while a long-extend birdie saw Lilia Vu crush Sophie Lamb by two openings.
Andrea Lee finished her match off against Alice Hewson on the seventeenth gap and Lauren Stephenson holed a 12-footer at the last to vanquish Shannon McWilliam 2&1, while Mariel Galdiano crushed Paula Grant by one opening in the last match.