Yep I'd agree with that Josh, although that fourth match is incredibly tough to call. Nobody taking it by the scruff of the neck yet.
No worries about Justin, he's just pinged his 8-iron tee shot nicely onto the green at the start of the 10th.
It certainly seemed odd to partner him with a rookie in Gallacher.
Let's see, better not write him totally off yet but it would be some turnaround.
Gallacher misses a great opportunity to pull one back against Spieth and Reed but misses and has to settle for a halved hole. Still a three shot lead for the Americans.
There are four matches going on, each worth one point. Europe lead in two of those, USA lead in one while the other is level. Hope that helps!
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Frustration increases for Ian Poulter. From the middle of the fairway he lands in the middle of the water. Really poor and he is not doing Gallacher any favours. It's hard to see this match swinging Europe's way.
McIlroy down on his haunches as he agonisingly misses and ambitious birdie putt which would've seen Europe take the lead in match four. Meanwhile Gallacher responds well to Poulter's miss, hitting the pin with his approach shot.
Kaymer goes close to opening up a lead of two again but it doesn't drop allowing Fowler and Walker remain within one after 11 holes.
Webb Simpson finally has something to smile about as he halves the 12th to remain four behind against Rose & Stenson.
Mickelson tries to follow the lead of Garcia and Walker, chipping in from the bunker. But it comes up just short and it looks as though this one will remain all square through nine.
Kaymer misses just left again for the chance to go two up.
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Justin Rose seals the first match victory for Europe and Europe have the lead with plenty of time to spare in that opener. Spieth and Reed should level up soon though.
It's a stay of execution for Poulter & Gallacher who also pull one back but they trail by five with six holes to play.