The pair beat Jamie Donaldson and Marc Warren in the morning foursomes and Scott Jamieson and Chris Wood after lunch to continue their perfect record in the event.
Having teamed up to win four points out of four and help Continental Europe enter the final day level at 9-9 against Great Britain & Ireland, they will have to go it alone in Sunday’s singles as José María Olazábal’s side look to win the trophy for the first time since 2000 – with Luiten facing Tommy Fleetwood in the third game and Bourdy up against Scott Jamieson two matches later.“We played really consistent,” said Luiten. “We didn't make really a lot of mistakes, a lot of pars. Especially in foursomes, that's pretty good and we made some birdies out there, as well. I think we worked really well as a team together.”