Anyway, we will have a bit of a crossover now. The last of the fourballs is still in progress and anyone's guess who will win it. Meanwhile, Jim Furyk and Lee Westwood have just teed off in the foursomes. Of course, it is now alternate shots rather than everybody having their own ball.
Interesting thoughts, Al. They haven't been at their brilliant best and it's been a scrappy game but they could still seal a point against a very strong pairing. Still with their best to come, I would fancy them this afternoon.
Not a bad first ever Ryder Cup shot for Jamie Donaldson, setting Westwood up nicely with a good approach shot. Meanwhile in the fourballs, Garcia just misses a chip in and it's all square heading into the 18th.
Foursomes pairing number two about to get underway. In-form Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson take on Hunter Mahan and Zach Johnson. Who's your money on?
Westwood can't follow up on Donaldson's fine approach, his birdie attempt just short.
Shocking opener at the 18th from Bradley, sails well left leaving Mickelson to probably seal the deal. He finds the fairway. In response McIlroy also goes well out to the left while Garcia lands right next to Mickelson.
I thought Justin Rose might be a key player for Europe this year and he's certainly suggested that so far. Follows up his fine form this morning with a brilliant tee shot in the foursomes.
McIlroy and Garcia are set to tee off again in the foursomes in five minutes. Safe to say that will not be happening. Their afternoon match will be a bit delayed as they need at least half an hour in the team room.
Bradley back in business after that poor first shot and he chips nicely onto the green. All three other men are in the bunker.
A couple of good shots out the bunker from the European boys but it's advantage USA now.
Rory misses his chance and it's down to Bradley now to win it.
Can you believe it!? Bradley's mixed hole ends in disappointment and it's in the balance once again.
Garcia makes par, but it's Mickelson's three foot putt for the win.
A morning of two halves for Europe I'd say. Looked great through the first nine but they trail by a point at the end of that session.
Donaldson so close to putting Europe 2 up but the ball won't drop. After a shaky start, the Welshman is looking good.
Zach Johnson holes the putt, after an interesting system of Mahan straddling the ball first, to reduce the lead to one.
Nope Walker only made one putt this morning, although that was to seal half a point on the 18th.
Can't ask for much more than that from your partner! A superb approach shot from rookie Dubuisson sets Westwood up beautifully.