WEST POINT, Mississippi (AP) — Juli Inkster led the United States to a 28-20 victory over the World team in the ISPS Handa Cup, shooting a 5-under 67 on Sunday at Old Waverly to beat Laura Davies by a stroke.

The 54-year-old Inkster, making her Legends Tour debut, won the 1999 U.S. Women's Open at Old Waverly.

"I had a lot of chances," Inkster said. "I three-putted for bogey at the fifth and three-putted for double bogey at the seventh, so Laura owed me a little and I made some putts on the back nine. It all works out."

Sherri Steinhauer clinched the Cup for the Americans, beating Alicia Dibos 69-70 with a 20-foot birdie putt on the par-4 18th. The U.S. leads the series 7-1-1.

Beth Daniel, Barb Mucha, Christa Johnson, Meg Mallon and Nancy Scranton also won matches for the United States. Daniel topped Lorie Kane 72-74, Mucha beat Dawn Coe-Jones 71-73, Johnson defeated Mieko Nomura 71-75, Mallon edged Jane Crafter 68-70, and Scranton beat Helen Aldredsson 74-75.

Trish Johnson, Wendy Doolan and Liselotte Neumann won matches for the World team. Johnson, the Ladies Scottish Open winner last month at a Ladies European Tour-record age of 48, beat Laurie Rinker 67-71, Doolan routed Val Skinner 69-80, and Neumann beat Rosie Jones 68-70.