Fourballs on the back nine

All four matches are now on in the inward nine and all of a sudden, it looks like it could be a much better morning for the US team. The inability of Monty and Harrington to make any kind of putt has allowed Furyk & Woods to take a 3-hole lead after 13. It must be hugely frustrating to Ian Woosnam, and indeed all European supporters, that despite Tiger being completely out of sorts, the Europeans have not been able to land any significant blow.

It looked for a while that the two middle matches were going to be easy wins for Europe with Garcia, Olazabal, Casey & Karlsson all playing superbly. But the US pairings have fought back with recent hole wins and both those games are still in the mix; Casey & Karlsson 1-up after 12, Garcia & Olazabal 1-up after 10.

In the final match, Mickelson looks like he’s warming to the task but Westwood has just made a key birdie on the 10th to go 1-up.

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2 Responses to “Fourballs on the back nine”

  1. Conor McGrath says:

    Hi guys,
    I knowthis isn’t related, but i’m desperately trying to find out if people with different names on their tickets were given access today? Please please can someone confirm the status on this.

  2. Mike says:

    Thanks for the updates – keeo up the fine work.

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