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Ryder Cup 2023 LIVE: Score and updates as desperate USA come out swinging in this afternoon’s fourball matches

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Follow Mail Sport’s live blog on day two of the Ryder Cup 2023 at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Rome as Team Europe now lead Team USA 9.5-2.5 ahead of Saturday’s Fourball matches.

Scores

Europe need 14.5 points to win

Saturday afternoon foursomes

  • Viktor Hovland & Ludvig Aberg v Sam Burns & Collin Morikawa 2 up
  • Tommy Fleetwood & Nicolai Hojgaard v Max Homa & Brian Harman 2 up
  • Justin Rose & Robert MacIntyre v Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth – TIED
  • Matt Fitzpartrick & Rory McIlroy v Patrick Cantlay & Wyndham Clark – TIED

Here’s how burns riled up the European fans!

USA UP IN THE FIRST THREE MATCHES

Here comes the fight back! It’s Jordan Spieth that gets the breakthrough in the third game, hitting a fantastic birdie on the par three fourth to see the scoreboard flick to predominantly red.

Things aren’t looking so great for Europe right now… Have they run out of steam?

Sluggish start for Europe as Burns takes the lead to three up

They’re really struggling with the flat-stick, while the American’s have really gotten into their groove here.

Homa is playing suberpbly, while Morikawa seems to have recovered after a couple of big defeats in the last two days. Burns is also flying along nicely tapping in on the sixth to go three up.

His celebrations might not go down too well with European fans though, with Dame Laura Davies on Sky saying ‘He might come to regret that!’ and his celebrations are drawing plenty of attention from some fans on Twitter!

Burns cups his ears and shouts to the crowd after putting him and Morikawa 3 up against Hovland and Aberg.

‘If Brooks thinks that’s childish then it is what it is’: Rahm has his say on Koepka’s comments calling him a child

Last night Brooks Koepka took a swipe at Jon Rahm yesterday in his post match press conference.

It came after Scheffler hit a sensational birdie putt on 17 to give them a one-hole lead going into the 18th, with Rahm apparently whacking one of the advertising boards on the 18th tee.

But Koepka hit out at Rahm’s actions claiming Rahm had ‘acted like a child’.

‘So yes, I mean I want to hit a board and pout just like Jon Rahm did but, you know, it is what it is. Act like a child. But we’re adults. We move on.’

This morning, Rahm has had his say on the criticism from the man he beat to win the Masters.

The Spaniard said: ‘I don’t think I need to say anything else in that regard. I play and compete the way I think I need to play and compete, and yeah, I think he mentioned it. I’m not happy I left a 10-footer short on 17 to possibly tie the hole, and going up to the tee,

‘I let off some frustration hitting the board sideways, I kept walking, never stopped, that was it. If Brooks thinks that’s childish, it is what it is. He’s entitled to think what he thinks, and I mean, I don’t know what else to say.

Justin Thomas puts one in the crowd

He pulls a shot into the spectators on the left side of the fairway on hole 4.

It’s a poor hook, but thankfully everyone in the crowd is okay.

Meanwhile, his playing partner Spieth is there to pick up the slack, finding the green with his shot.

Americans are here to play this afternoon!

Homa’s just struck a beautiful tee shot on the fifth. He’s dropped the ball on the green, while Aberg hits over.

Fleetwood meanwhile, gets the ball on the green. He’ll have to get down in two here to help put the pressure on the Americans.

Rahm gets the crowd on their feet

The Spaniard sits this afternoon’s session out, but is bringing the energy on the first tee!

Europeans struggling! USA take a 2-hole lead in the first two matches

Another missed putt for team Europe as Aberg misses the chance to hole a birdie on the fifth!

Burns knocks his in, to make it 2 up in their match too!

HOMA! Sensational putt for a terrific birdie

After Hojgaard and Fleetwood put their approach shots close to the hole, the Americans show they’re here to play.

Homa drains a 30-foot putt uphill towards the cup and it drops in!

The pressure’s now on Aberg who has to sink this, to stay level!

That’s two short missed putts on three and four for Hojgaard.

The US go 2 up in this match!

Spieth saves the second!

A big par on the second hole helps Spieth and Thomas stay all-square against Justin Rose and Robert MacIntyre!

Hojgaard hits a beauty on the par 3 fourth!

He’s got a birdie putt here to bring himself and Tommy Fleetwood back into this and claim a shot back of Max Homa and Brian Harman.

It’s sitting around 5 yards away from the flag!

Europe not quite clicking at the moment

McIlroy’s just hit a blind approach on the second and comes up short – he’ll likely be out of this hole depending on how his playing partners get on.

Elsewhere, Brian Harman’s just found the green on the par 3 fourth hole.

The course looks like its started to firm up a little bit after a few days of play, but there is a little bit of coolness in the wind, meaning the ball might be starting to carry less, but will roll more.

This week, the Marco Simone course will play as a par 71 stretching, to an impressive 7181 yards, a pretty long distance, but one that the players will be used to.

For context, the Torrey Pines south course, the site of the 2021 US Open stretched to a whopping 7765 yards, one of the longest tracks on the PGA Tour, while Augusta National spans to around 7510 yards.

And it will be hard to score this weekend. The course is set up with three par 5s and four par 3s, with the players being welcomed onto the front nine by a trio of par 4s.

Combining the distance, the heat and the undulating terrain and this course is set to be a real caddie killer – there are plenty of hills and blind shots out there, so staying hydrated during the long days will be key.

The course starts with a 445 yard par 4, with the green being well-protected on the the first hole which dog legs slightly left. A good start will be needed, with players to face an enormous 506 yard par 4 on the second, one of the hardest holes out there, which challenges players with a dog leg left.

The first par 3 comes in at the fourth hole. Stretching to 188 yards, the pin placement here will be pivotal – with it set up down the left side of the green then players will have a much easier chance to score birdie or better.

A 302 yard par 4 follows to cap off the first five holes which will again present a good opportunity for those who can drive the green, but the challenge here is the body of water snaking its way along the front-left of the green.

Hovland gets one back!

His stunning approach on four sees him get down in two and he gets off the mark with a birdie, as Morikawa can only hit out for par.

It means he’ll cut their deficit back to just one hole!

Not a good miss from Cantlay!

He has the chance to take the win on the first but his putt drifts wide of the hole!

It’s level on the first with Fitzpatrick hitting par to keep the match all square.

Rory McIlroy plays out from behind a tree!

Looked like he was about to whack a ball into the spectators on the right, but he curls his chip shot around the tree trunk and back onto the fairway.

Meanwhile, Viktor Hovland has just put one within five feet of the pin on the fourth hole. But Aberg goes way left!

Europeans are battling here!

Johnson dissmisses claims of fractions in the dressing room

The US Team captain, Zach Johnson, says: ‘It’s genuinely one of the strongest and tightest teams I’ve been a part of.’

It comes after reports of a split in the US Team camp have emerged this morning, with Patrick Cantlay at the heart of those claims.

Mike Keegan has the full story below…

Burns and Morikawa go two up!

The opening group take a two-hole lead! Morikawa taps in after a great approach shot on hole three.

Big clash coming up – Wyndham Clark and Rory McIlroy will get a chance to go head-to-head

So we’re about to get underway here in the final four ball. It’ll see Matt Fitzpartrick & Rory McIlroy take on Patrick Cantlay & Wyndham Clark and will give us a chance to see McIlroy square off against Clark for the first time.

It comes after the 2023 US Open winner’s recent comments where he claimed he was better than the Northern Irish golfer.

Earlier this month, Clark said: ‘I have tons of respect for Rory and because of that respect, I also want to beat him. I like to think I am better than him and I want to prove that. I would love to play Rory – I think that would be really fun for the fans too. Long-ball hitters. We have similar games in that respect.

‘It would be a little bit of David and Goliath. I am hoping to get that chance. Regardless of who I play, I am really excited. But That one would be a lot of fun.’

It attracted much criticism from those around the golfing world, with Dame Laura Davies saying: ‘Yeah well I hadn’t seen that, my only answer would be “How many wins have you had, how many wins have I had?”‘

Fractures in the US team?

According to Sky Sports, Patrick Cantlay is at the heart of an internal dispute from within the US Team.

The californian is apparently sitting in a separate area of the visitors dressing room with close friend Xander Schauffele amid a divide from within the camp.

He’s the only player out on the course that, according to reports, is doing so out of protest at players not being paid to play at the Ryder Cup.

The US Team have refused to comment on the claims.

Mail Sport’s Mike Keegan has the latest below…

USA go two from two!

Homa and Harman take the first in the second group!

It’s a great start from the Americans so far! Homa taps in his excellent approach to put them 1 up against Fleetwood and Hojgaard.

Meanwhile, the third group of Justin Rose & Robert MacIntyre v Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth are getting underway here.

MacIntyre’s just slung a huge drive down the middle and Rose follows suit!

Meanwhile, Jon Rahm leads the viking thunderclap on the first tee. Luke Donald has confirmed he will be resting Rahm this session after he’s played three matches so far this tournament.

Burns puts USA up in the first, while Homa continues to fire with his wedges

It’s advantage USA so far in the fourballs! Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa have gone a hole up on the first after Hovland was unable to hole out a birdie.

Meanwhile, the second group of Tommy Fleetwood and Nicolai Hojgaard are out against Max Homa and Brian Harman.

Homa’s just struck a brilliant shot slap bang next to the flag on the first – he’s been playing brilliantly with his wedges!

EUROPE NEED 14.5 POINTS TO WIN

Adding three more points to the 6.5 they won yesterday, Europe have raced ahead again today, winning three of this morning’s matches to go seven points clear of the USA heading into Saturday afternoon.

It is a huge lead, with Europe needing only another seven points to win back the Ryder Cup from the Americans.

With four more points up for grabs this afternoon, the European’s can, if they continue their dominant form, make a big dent in that target!

But the Americans are really starting to find some form and are fighting back here. Homa and Harman will be key to that after claiming a big point this morning – while Thomas and Spieth are also battling hard.

Saturday morning fourballs

  • 2 & 1 Rory McIlroy & Tommy Fleetwood v Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth
  • 9 & 7 Viktor Hovland & Ludvig Aberg Scottie Scheffler & Brooks Koepka
  • Shane Lowry & Sepp Straka v Max Homa and Brian Harman 4 & 2
  • 2 & 1 Jon Rahm & Tyrrell Hatton v Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele

What a morning for Europe!

Europe moved to within five points of Ryder Cup victory this monring, with Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg dismanteling world No 1 Scottie Scheffler and five-time major champion Brooks Koepka, two goliaths of the US Team.

It was a huge win that even Justin Thomas couldn’t believe, with he and Jordan Spieth losing out to Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood, despite climbing back into the lead against the European pairing.

Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton also hung on in their game despite having to battle against Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele.

But the US got one point back, with Max Homa dazzling with his irons to secure the first point of the day for Zach Johnson’s side.

Mail Sport’s MIke Dickson has the full reaction to this morning’s session here…

No Scheffler for the USA this afternoon – will that be a loss for the American’s?

So Scottie has been pulled from the afternoon fourballs – but will that cost the American’s?

The world No 1 was in great form yesterday, but things didn’t seem to click for him out there this morning and he was left with his head in his hands.

It’s a bold move to leave him out though from Johnson, with Koepka also sitting this one out.

We’re underway for the afternoon session!

So Kickstarting the afternoon four balls we’ve got Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa coming out first for the US Team and Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg back after their stunning performance against Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka.

Burns sends a long drive down towards the bunkers at the top of the fairway on the first while Morikawa hits a big one towards the left and will set himself up for a decent shot in!

Meanwhile, Hovland gets a big roar from the crowd and he doesn’t disappoint – he splits the fairway in two!

Aberg follows Morikawa but goes a bit left into the deep rough on the left.

Strokeplay scores for the morning

Here are the approximate strokeplay scores from Saturday morning’s fourballs….

  • McIlroy / Fleetwood: -4 through 17
  • Thomas / Spieth: E through 17
  • Hovland / Aberg: -6 through 11
  • Scheffler/ Koepka: +7 through 11
  • Lowry / Straka: -4 through 16
  • Homa / Harman: -7 through 16
  • Rahm / Hatton: -4 through 17
  • Cantlay / Schauffele: -3 through 17

A dream shot on 17 to win the match

The accuracy here from Rahm is sensational.

He and Hatton managed to hold out to a late comeback from Cantlay and Schauffele who claimed three holes in a row from the 12th to fight back against the European pair.

But a moment of magic from Rahm and back-to-back wins on 16 and 17 secure the third point of the morning foursomes for Europe.

Don’t go anywhere though because the afternoon session is set to kick off in around 20 minutes time!

Rahm and Hatton claim the third point!

Xander Schauffele’s ball lips out of the hole and he can’t make the birdie on the 17th.

It means Rahm and Hatton have clinched the final match of the morning fouresomes.

What a performance. They’ll win 2 & 1 and while Cantlay and Schauffele came back at the end in a gallant comeback, it was the Europeans who take the spoils, winning the session 3-1.

The overall score now sits at 9.5 – 2.5

Homa: ‘We needed something to go our way’

Max Homa and Brian Harman defeated Shane Lowry and Sepp Straka to put the first point of the day on the board for the US Team.

It was a big victory too, with Homa clinching it with a chip onto the green at 16 to finish up 4 & 2.

Afterwards he said on the win: ‘We needed something to go our way. I felt like we were ready this morning. We were ready to come out and play some great golf which we did. Somebody had to start a spark, so I’m just glad it was us. Q. How fired up were you?

Harman added, speaking on Ludvig Aberg: ‘Ludvig has been playing so well, making so many putts, chipping in, so it was good to come out and at least put red up on the board.’

Homa also claimed that the US side have the character needed to stage a big comeback this afternoon.

He said: ‘We know how good we are. Everybody knows how good the man to my left is. We obviously are in a big hole but we have the right guys to dig ourselves out of it. Q. Can this give the team the spark you need?’

Rahm nearly hits a hole-in-one

He nearly dropped one in yesterday, but he’s just put one to within less than a foot on 17!

What a shot! Hatton will tap in for birdie here.

But Cantlay responds with an equally impressive shot.

Schauffele has a chance to hit a birdie here too and take this to the last hole!

Afternoon fourballs are out! Hovland and Aberg will go out first

The afternoon fourballs have been announced and Luke Donald is sticking with his big guns up top.

  • 11:25am – Viktor Hovland & Ludvig Aberg v Sam Burns & Collin Morikawa
  • 11:40am – Tommy Fleetwood & Nicolai Hojgaard v Max Homa & Brian Harman
  • 11:55am – Justin Rose & Robert MacIntyre v Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth
  • 12:10am – Matt Fitzpartrick & Rory McIlroy v Patrick Cantlay & Wyndham Clark

*all times in British Summer Time

Hatton secures the birdie – Europe take the lead

It’s a huge putt for Hatton! This match looks like it could go the distance with the players currently on 16.

It’s Schauddele to putt to halve it with another birdie, but it’s a tricky one – down hill and to the left.

The nerves, pressure and tension are all on him and he misses.

Europe go one-up with two holes to play in the final match.

Thomas left stunned by Scheffler and Koepka’s 9 & 7 finish

Justin Thomas was seen looking aghast talking to one of the Team US staff members this morning, mouthing the words ‘9 & 7’ after learning of Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg’s demolition over Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka this morning.

Check out the full story below…

A big result for Fleetwood Mac

That’s a huge win for Europe! Fleetwood and McIlroy were full of elation after they wrapped up their match against Spieth and Thomas.

That’s two points on the board for Europe this morning.

Cantlay and Schauffele making a big come back here!

They’ve pulled Hatton and Rahm back to evens and Cantlay has just got them out of a hole on the 15th, halving the hole with an excellent putt on the green.

Europe will be kicking themselves they’ve let this game fall through their fingers, having been 3 up at one stage.

‘Thankfully Rory bailed me out on the last one’ – Fleetwood

Fleetwood said: ‘So many people on this planet dream of playing with Rory and I’m the one that’s been lucky enough to do it for the last few mornings. Just happy to be along for the ride and play some good golf.

‘Thankfully Rory bailed me out on the last one.’

Rory McIlroy says Team Europe wanted to show ‘no mercy’ today

After his victory against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy has claimed that this is one of the most special victories at a Ryder Cup he’s been a part of.

He said: ‘I think they get more special as they go along because you realise that you don’ have that many left. Hopefully I have a few Ryder Cups left in me. But it’s been an absolute pleasure to share the golf course with this man over the last few days.

‘Yeah. Last night we spoke about enjoying what we did yesterday and coming out and showing no mercy today and obviously the way Ludvig and VIktor started it off and we started off – that set the tone for the day again. Another great match. Delighted to get another point for team Europe.

McIlroy gets Fleetwood out of trouble to win the match!

Tommy Fleetwood’s putt on the par 3 17th goes way past the hole, but it doesn’t matter.

Rory McIlroy nails a stunning putt from 15 feet out to win the match against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth.

Fleetwood maintains an unbeaten record in foursomes, with a sigh of relief following that last hole.

He embraces his team-mate McIlroy as they walk off the 17th with another point.

US Team win their first point!

It’s Homa and Harmon who clinch it. Homa has been incredible today sealing their match on the 16th with a stunning chip from off the green.

They take the third match 4 & 2.

The scores now go to 7.5 – 2.5.

And Spieth does very well considering the lie

He digs it out but the ball runs very far past the flag.

Meanwhile Straka has played a wonderous shot into the flag, with the ball just hanging over the edge of the hole, but it looks like USA will win this match now.

Tensions flaring in the opening match, Spieth and Thomas have called a rules official

I think they’re arguing again that the ball is submerged under the ground, but its in a thick spot of rough.

They had the same problem earlier today and Tommy Fleetwood didn’t look too impressed – and the European’s don’t look too happy again.

Zach Johnson has waded in on the debate but it looks like they’ll have to play it as it lies!

Harman: ‘Did any one see that?’

Was that a jibe from Harman there? He dials a stunning shot straight at the pin on 17 before saying ‘Did any one see that?’

Paul McGinley and Dame Laura Davies on Sky commentary certainly think so!

Fightback incoming from Schauffele and Cantlay

THey’ve clawed their way back into the final match, with Schauffele putting out on 13 to win consecutive holes going birdie, eagle against Rahm and Hatton.

They’re back to 1 hole down!

McIlroy sends the crowd wild

A huge putt on the 15th from the Northern Irishman keeps them in it!

Spieth pulls a hole back

It’s back to just one-up in the first match! Spieth makes no mistake over the putt on 16 and now McIlroy and Fleetwood are only back to a one-hole advantage.

But they may have opened the door for Europe again. Thomas tees off on the 17th and puts his shot in the rough on the right.

McIlroy tees his ball up. Sends the ball right. But not as far right as Thomas. He gets lucky off the bank and it drops back onto the green. It’s not as good as his wonder striker here yesterday but its a great effort considering where Spieth will have to chip from in a moment.

Harman chunks out of the rough

Lowry and Straka have an opportunity to pull one back here and they need to win the next two holes at least to have a chnance of getting something out of this match.

Harman chunks his shot back onto the crest of a hill on the fairway on 15, but while he gets back in play, the shot is a poor one. Homa hits the third 15 feet to the green but they’ll be putting for par.

Europe have a shot to make birdie, but its from a little further out!

Big putt here for Fleetwood!

But he can’t quite make the birdie!

They’ll hope that the American’s can muss a birdie putt here to win the hole with McIlroy next to play for Europe.

Cantlay hits a beauty!

He’s about 170 to the flag here with a tree in the way on 12. Addressing the ball he looks like he’s going to hit it left of the tree, but winds a lovely draw out wide back in to land his ball within a couple of feet of the pin.

Stunning approach play from the former FedEx Cup champion.

Rahm has a shot from a similar distance, with a better view into the hole but he misses the green giving the advantage to the americans.

Rory McIlroy – what a putt!

Just as Spieth and Thomas were coming back into the match – McIlroy comes up with a moster putt.

It’s about 20 yards away from the hole and he judges the distance to perfection, with the ball almost coming to a stand still before dropping into the cup.

The Northern Irishman fist pumps the air as the crowd goes wild on 15.

Jon Rahm wins the 11th

He and Hatton are now 3 up through 11!

It was largely thanks to a stunning chip from Hatton, who puts the ball on a plate in front of the hole for the Spaniard who takes their lead to three against Schauffele and Cantlay.

Homa’s got an 8-iron out here.

He’s about 170 to the hole and is down hill.

He launches the ball high and he puts it on the front of the green, a good play, perhaps underclubbing a little, but it’s a solid position to putt from here.

A tough one to take for Scottie Scheffler

The world No 1 looked distraught after coming off the course following his and Brooks Koepka’s landslide defeat to Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg

That’s three from three for Harmon and Homa

I have to say Max Homa’s been a big spark for the American side this morning.

His approach play has been phenomenal, landing yet another bomb on the green at the par 3 13th to give Harman an easy putt in for birdie. It’s a stunning shot too, with the ball pitching right next to the flag before stopping dead on the green.

Harman completes the birdie to put them three up against Lowry and Straka.

With Spieth and Thomas getting back to 1 down, we’ve got an American fight back on the cards here.

Homa nearly put it in for an Albatross on 12…

Another insane long putt from Spieth!

This might be even better than Hatton’s! Spieth’s gone from even further and across several undulations, putting his ball within a couple of inches of the hole for birdie.

It also wins them the hole bringing the deficit down to only one, with McIlroy and Fleetwood unable to tap in for par from distance.

They’re fighting back here!

Hatton nearly hits the shot of the day!

That was agonisingly close. Playing from around 50 feet out, Hatton winds a stunning putt towards the hole and narrowly misses out on making birdie. It clips the edge of the cup and just can’t quite drop.

Schauffele will putt from off the green and strikes an equally well struck putt to halve the hole.

Meanwhile, Homa’s excellent approach puts the Americans 3 up against Lowry and Straka.

Homa puts it within a yard of the flag!

Max Homa’s just hit an approach to within a yard of the flag on 12!

What a shot! Harman will have a chance to put their match 3 up against Lowry and Straka, with the Austrian putting his ball right of the green and in the rough.

The atmosphere on the first tee this morning!

Fans in full voice at 6am this morning!

First point on the board

The crowd goes wild as Hovland and Aberg claim the first point of Saturday!

Americans fighting back

Meanwhile,. Europe have dropped three holes in their remaining matches.

Thomas and Spieth make a birdie on 13 to win the hole and cut their deficit to 12.

Homa and Harman add to their 1 up advantage against Lowry and Straka.

While Rahm misses a birdie putt at 9 to give Cantlay and Schauffele a chance to pull one back – and they win it! It’s now only 2 up in that game.

‘I don’t even know what to say’: Aberg

It’s the first point of day two and it goes Europe’s way, with Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg taking the win with seven holes left to play.

It is an enormous win against two of the best golfers right now, and the duo spoke on the victory after coming off the course.

Hovland said: ‘I mean we were meeting two strong guys, No 1 in the world and a five-time major champion. We tried to not give them any thing and we played really, really solid. Obviously, we didn’t mean to sharp Scottie and Brooks, but we played some really nice golf today.’

Aberg also gave a hint that he could be going out again in the fourballs this afternoon

The Swede said: ‘I don’t even know what to say and where to start, but it’s been an unbelievable day. We enjoyed it and had fun and felt the crowd’s support which was really important for us. Looking forward to doing it again this afternoon.’

On their Scandinavian partnership, Hovland said: ‘Yeah so far so good. I don’t think we could have done a whole lot better. It’s nice to speak our own language and we understand each other, have the same sense of humour, same culture.

‘I mean he’s a stud, he doesn’t miss a shot. It’s easy when I’m playing well and he’s playing well and we’re just feeding off eachother.’

MATCH TWO IS OVER

Hovland and Aberg win it 9 & 7!

That’s the largest ever victory in a Ryder Cup match – dominance.

It’s even more impressive considering the stature of the American pairing they were up against.

Scottie Scheffler, a Masters champion who has six wins on the PGA Tour during his career and sits top of the world rankings right now. Koepka has five major titles to his name, including two US Opens and this years PGA Championship.

They finished up approximately seven-over in stroke play.

But Hovland and Aberg toppled the American’s with a performance that will go down in Ryder Cup history.

Hatton holes out for a birdie – they’re now three up

The European’s are beginning to stretch away here. He putts out a grat birdie to put even more distance between himself and Rahm and Schauffle and Cantlay.

From angry young man to one of Europe’s leaders, now elder statesman Tyrrell Hatton is asserting himself as a leader in the European side this weekend – read more on how he’s risen through the ranks to become one of the best golfers on the professional tours…

That was some drive from Justin Thomas!

He’s got about 50 yards on Fleetwood’s strike, which wasn’t bad either!

Spieth will have a better angle in on the 12th here and can shape his shot around the slight dog-leg right to help get one back for the USA.

Fleetwood sinks the birdie – they go 3 up

After a stunning drive from McIlroy on the short par 4 11, fleetwood drains the resulting birdie putt to restore their three-hole lead.

A great putt from Fleetwood, who still has a bit of work to do over that putt!

And he’s just slammed another one down the fairway on 12! What a partnership these two are forming!

Speaking yesterday on their partnership, McIlroy said: ‘It’s been an unbelievable session. We switched the format this year to go foursomes first because statistically that’s our better session. And all week, all we’ve been talking about is getting off to fast starts. Playing three-hole matches in practise, three holes, go again, three holes, go again, something that Luke’s drilled into us.

‘We were ready to go from the first tee shot as obviously as you can see in how everyone played. I’m so proud of this man alongside me. He can play with anyone. I’m just so happy that he’s my partner this week and so happy to get a point on the board for Europe.’

Scheffler misses on 10 – Hovland and Aberg go up by EIGHT

The World No 1 and the two-time US Open winner are now down by EIGHT holes against Hovland and Aberg.

They’re through ten holes heading on to the 11th now. This is one of the upsets of the week so far with the American duo being one of the strongest partnerships on Johnson’s side.

But Aberg and Hovland are just playing out of their skin!

And speaking of McIlroy…

He’s just hit a MASSIVE drive, hitting the ball 330 yards on the par 4 11th.

Fleetwood has a chance to restore the three-hole lead now.

‘It’s going to hit home with them that they are not here’: McIlroy speaks out on LIV stars

Rory McIlroy has spoken out on the absence of LIV Golf players at this year’s Ryder Cup.

The Northern Irishman has been one of the most outspoken players on the tour following the arise of the shocking break away tour in 2022 and the jaw dropping merger between the pro tours that was announced earlier this season.

The likes of Sergio Garcia, Graeme McDowell, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood are all absentees this week, and McIlroy says that these stars of past Ryder Cups will miss the tournament more than they’ll be missed by those playing!

‘But I think this week of all weeks, it’s going to hit home with them that they are not here, and I think they are going to miss being here more than we’re missing them,’ he said earlier this week.

‘I think this week is a realisation that the decision that they made has led to not being a part of this week, and that’s tough. The landscape in golf is ever-changing and more dynamic, and we’ll see what happens and whether they will be part of it in the future.

‘I always thought leading up to this week is when it’s going to hit home that they are not going to be here.’

And it’s a win for the US!

Spieth misses a birdie putt, but it is no problem. He picks up for the win with another shot in hand on the Europeans.

They’re back to two down in the opening group.

Oh dear! That’s a poor bunker shot from Fleetwood

Advantage America! Tommy Fleetwood’s in a really nasty bunker here, but chunks his chip shot, not getting enough on the ball with it popping out of the bunker and bouncing into the rough on the hill infront of him.

McIlroy chips on to put the ball at the back of the green.

Spieth and Thomas will have a chance to get one back here with two putts to win it.

7 up for Hovland and Aberg!

Wow they’re not letting up here!

They take a seventh hole against the goliath pairing of Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka.

Scheffler needed to hole out a 40-yard chip over a bunker to halve the scores with Hovland and Aberg about ten yards from the pin.

It’s becoming a one sided affair this match, with the Euorpean duo playing out of thier skin.

Through the front nine, the World No 1 Scheffler and the five-time major winner, Koepka, are +6!

Straka and Lowry concede the eighth

That’s a big coup for Homa and Harman.

Straka can’t find par and Homa is putting for birdie here.

He slides his putt short before picking up having got one back for his team.

Tyrrel makes it two!

What a putt! He hammers in from 15-yards out to win the sixth hole with a birdie!

He and Rahm are Two up against Cantlay and Schauffele!

McIlroy gets another chance for a win; Homa delivers for USA

McIlroy’s just floated a lovely approach to the green, landing his ball very close to the cup – receiving a big roar from the fans around the course.

Thomas can’t tap in to save for par and picks up, with Fleetwood Mac taking another win to go three up on the ninth hole.

Homa meanwhile is battling hard alongside Harman, with the American sending a stunning appraoch shot to the heart of the green on the 8th.

It’s not looking good for Zach Johnson’s side right now.

Justin Rose reflects on his dramatic putt on 18

After Hovland and Rahm both rallied late on to halve their matches with putts on the 18th green, Justin Rose followed suit, halving his match with Robert McIntyre against Max Homa and Wyndham Clark at the death.

He had also found himself in the bunker before hand, and had looked to take a 3-wood out of the sand trap, before decidiing to lay up with a wedge insteead.

And it paid off, with Rose speaking on that climactic finish after the game: ‘That was my moment there on 18, which was for him and for us and the whole team.

I haven’t had many moments in Ryder Cups, I’ve had points, but I haven’t had that many moments in the afternoon in four-balls and had the whole team around. That was immense.’

6 up through 8! Hovland and Aberg are running riot!

Wow this is an absolute demolition! They’re hammering the US Team’s biggest pairing here!

Aberg picks up on the eighth hole to add another hole to their score.

Spieth and Thomas get one back, Lowry can’t put him and Straka ahead

McIlroy and Fleetwood are back to only a two-hole lead, with Spieth and Thomas getting one back!

Meanwhile Lowry can’t tap in a long-range put to put him and Straka ahead.

Here’s Straka’s brilliant approach from earlier…

Five down – What’s up with Scheffler and Koepka!

What’s going on with Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka?

The two are perhaps the best players in the US Team, but they’re being absolutely overrun by Aberg and Hovland who have all the momentum at the moment.

After their brilliant showing against Rahm and Hojgaard yesterday, the Americans would have been buoyed by their match coming into this morning’s session, but they’re struggling to make puts and have been wayard with their approach play so far this morning.

It’s interesting, because the pair have so much experience between them playing at the top level.

Scottie Scheffler is the best player in the world right now sitting top of the Official World Golf Rankings, having also clinched his first major at the 2022 Masters.

Koepka, meanwhile, has five majors to his trophy haul, clinching the PGA Championship earlier this year.

But they’re five down through seven! Can they turn it around?

Lowry and Straka go all-square

Homa misses a par putt on the sixth and Europe pick up, with a two-shot lead after Straka’s excellent approach shot to the pin.

They bring the scores back to level in what’s been an enthralling match so far with the European’s not letting the American’s pull away from them.

An indication of how punishing the rough can be…

Here’s Thomas’ shot out the fough earlier this morning.

He takes a big hack at the ground and to be honest – there’s not a lot more he can do here on this horrible lie!

Sepp Straka is dialled IN!

He’s got around 136-yards to the hole on the third and playing to win a hole back from Homa and Harman, he lofts the ball into the air and lands it just behind the flag stick.

It rolls back a little but its a perfect strike that will give Lowry a chance for an eagle!

Not a great tee shot from Fleetwood

He’s gone wide left but gets lucky. He dodges the stream going down the left side of the fairway with his ball sitting up on a flat piece of ground.

McIlroy will have a decent angle in here too, with the hole curling round to with a dog leg to the right.

Spieth meanwhile goes right with his tee shot!

Spieth misses a close range putt!

Wow the American’s aren’t clicking this morning – Fleetwood and McIlroy have full momentum.

Spieth can win the seventh hole here with a putt from 10 feet out – but he sends it wide – they halve the hole!

Aberg makes it FIVE!

Wow they are steaming away from Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka here!

Aberg taps in for birdie to make it frive through six!

Thomas hits a beauty on seven

Aberg dazzled earlier on the par three fourth nearly scoring an ace! But this time it’s Thomas who’s gone close – landing the ball on the green from 222-yards out, with his shot trickling down towards the hole.

That’s the boost they needed!

Tyrrell Hatton puts his team 1 up

Hatton has two shots to win the second hole and slides a birdie putt to within a couple of feet of the hole!

He misses with the ball coming up short, but the European’s win the hole with Cantlay and Schauffele unable to reply.

Big putt from Homa – but he can’t take advantage!

The third game is still tied after Homa misses out on a ten foot putt for birdie and to take the advantage!

It’s a big missed chance for the US side, who have struggled on the greens today.

They seem to be playing a little slower this morning, with there being plenty of dew on the course at the start of the day.

Equally, Europe have set up the course in their favour, with the greens playing much slower than those we may find stateside.

Here’s the lie Thomas had

Tommy Fleetwood watched on as Spieth and Thomas chatted with the official.

Elsewhere, Lowry and Straka get back to level!

While we were watching Spieth and Thomas – Lowry and Straka have won a hole back against Homa and Harman, bringing their match back to all-square.

Thomas is in some trouble here!

He’s int he thick grass and has a huge hack out of the grass.

He dislodges the ball from the ground, but accidentially kicks the ball after losing his balance – they will need to come back and check this!

Spieth meanwhile gets the ball back in play!

Aberg comes agonisingly close!

He’s got a chance to win another hole and put Europe five up against Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka – but it just doesn’t break enough – they’ll halve the fifth!

Here’s how close he came on the previous hole…

JT and Spieth have a rules official assessing their lie here

We’re on the sixth here and the ball is set in on some thick rough.

Spieth is asking for embedded relief here while it seems someone may have stood on the golf ball and compressed it into the ground.

There’s a second rules official taking a look now.

It gets worse for Scheffler!

He has a chance to halve the hole on the fourth, but he leaves his ball hanging on the edge of the hole!

It’s four up in the second match for Team Europe now!

Aberg goes close!

Aberg and Hovland are on fire here! They’re onto the par 3 fourth hole now and it’s the Swede’s turn to hit off the tee.

He sends the crowd wild, playing a stunning 188-yard wedge shot, dropping the ball right next to the pin!

Scheffler follows suit with an equally impressive tee shot, but its the European’s who are closer to the flag. Hovland has a chance to hole out for a birdie here!

Scheffler and Koepka have had a torrid start this morning – they’re five over through three holes!

Thomas holes out from off the green!

A sensational putt from the two-time PGA Championship winner who holes a 20-yard putt to put the pressure back on McIlroy and Fleetwood.

They win the hole with a birdie – with the Northern Irishman unable to match them.

Hovland and Aberg go 3 up!

After Aberg’s sensational chip onto the green, Hovland makes no mistake tapping the ball in on the third to put the duo three holes up.

It’s a poor start from Koepka and Scheffler, who card another double bogey!

Hatton and Rahm tie the first!

Big fist pump from Tyrrell Hatton as he and Jon Rahm tie the first hole, with the Englishman draining a putt from 10 feet out.

First win for America!

It’s the Open champion who gets the first bit of red on the board!

He holes out for a birdie on the second hold to take a hole lead against Lowry and Straka.

Meanwhile, Aberg’s nearly chipped in on the third!

Breaking: Zach Johnson confirms that a ‘health issue’ has affected ‘a small portion of the US Team’ with some ‘responding well to antibiotics’

US Team captain Zach Johnson has given an update on the ‘health issue’ that has been affecting his players.

Johnson revealed last night during his press conference that the US Team had been affected by a sickness and today gave an update to Sky Sports, saying that ‘it had affected a small portion of his players’ with those affected ‘responding really well to antibiotics’.

Zach Johnson: ‘It’s a small portion of the players. There’s some guys that haven’t been feeling the best. Thankfully weve got a great medical staff. Furthermore they’ve responded really well to the antibiotics it’s just part of it. That’s sport and its not an excuse.

‘As I’ve said in my presser, to Luke and his team. They played awesome. My concern is the response of my guys and it’s been very, very positive. There’s leaders in the team, there’s leaders in the vice-captains. This team’s ready. New opportunity today.’

‘Given certain things, you kind of have to navigate it. It’s not like we have set plans necessarily. We have contingencies based on this that and the other and this is one of them.’

Homa hits the green on 2!

Europe have got off to a fast start – but Homa and Harman look like they’ve come to play!

Homa lands the green on 2, giving his partner a pretty nice par putt in to take an advantage

Hovland makes it 2 up through two!

Aberg puts the duo on the green with an excellent approach, with Hovland knocking in a par putt from close range to give them a two-hole lead against the Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka.

What a start for the Europeans!

Centre of the fairway!

Stunning fade from Rahm! He gets his team underway! He lands his drive inthe middle of the fairway.

Match four in coming!

The final fourseomes match of the morning! We’ve got Jon Rahm & Tyrrell Hatton going head-to-head with Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele.

And it’s a good drive from Cantlay – the first American this morning to find the fairway!

McIlroy and Fleetwood are 3 up through three!

An awful start for Spieth and Thomas. They have a lot of work to do to come back from this!

Spieth misses a difficult par putt on the third green to concede the third hole!

Equally, it’s been an epic start for Fleetwood Mac – they’ve been excellent so far this morning.

Harman makes no mistake

The Open Champion holes out a very well-taken par to tie the first hole.

All class from Thomas!

That was a beautiful chip shot form the two-time PGA Championship winner. He finds himself not far out from the green but in a really horrible lie, on a hill with some really thick rough.

He lofts the ball into the air, dropping it on the green, before watching it trickle towards the hole, missing only by a couple of feet.

McIlroy has a birdie putt to put him and Fleetwood three up – but he can’t make it!

Sensational

Fleetwood’s back again to dazzle with the putter!

American’s struggling in approach

Harman does well to get his ball out of the thick stuff on the first, but his shot comes up short of the green.

Scheffler, on hole 2, is also having some difficulties finding the dance floor. His ball comes in too hot and skirts off the back of the green towards the spectators behind the rope.

Spieth goes wayward

Spieth is about 190-yards out from the green hitting over a ravine, but can’t find the green.

His approach hooks left and careers into a group of spectators on the left of the green, before rolling off down a slope.

Fleetwood, meanwhile, lands his shot on the green from 180 yards.

Straka goes straight down the middle!

The third group has just teed off! Max Homa will hit first for the US Team.

But he too goes right in pretty much the same spot as Spieth and Scheffler!

Straka steps up to address his ball and sends an absolute beauty right down the middle of the fairway!

Scheffler & Koepka hit a double bogey!

It’s a double on the first for the Americans! That gives Aberg and Hovland the win on the second – with the European pair holding a two shot advantage!

They’ll go one-up after the first with Aberg picking the ball up on the green after the American’s conceded the first.

Tommy Fleetwood – take a bow! Thats 2 up through two holes!

Sensational putting from the Englishman. His putter has been on fire this weekend so far.

He holes a huge 30 foot putt on the second hole to double Europe’s lead!

What a partnership this is and a great start for Luke Donald’s side!

Birdie chance for Spieth on hole 2

It’s a great putt and it comes close! He’s weighted the ball very well – but can’t quite get the line right, with the ball drifting off right.

In the second group, Aberg’s excellent chip on gives him and Hovland a two-putt chance to tap in, with Scheffler putting for bogey.

Europe pays tribute to a Ryder Cup legend

A huge tifo of Seve Ballesteros has been unveiled in the grand stands on the first tee.

The Spaniard played in 37 matches, winning an astounding 22.5 points for his side.

During his career he also won two Green Jackets and three Open Championships, while helping the European team to five wins as a player and as a captain in 1997.

First hole goes to Europe!

Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood take the first point of the day!

Jordan Spieth can’t get his par putt in the hole, giving Europe a two shot advantage.

McIlroy can’t quite nail the birdie, but the American’s will concede the first, with Fleetwood able to tap in for par.

Hovland nails the fairway!

Some drive from Hovland! He’s still bounding from yesterday’s superb performance and has sent his drive absolutely miles down the middle of the fairway!

Scheffler tees off for the US and follows Jordan Spieth, sending his ball wide right into the rough.

Thomas puts his ball within ten feet

A good wedge on from Thomas there. America are on the green in three though so will need to tap this in to for par.

Back to the first now and our second grouping of Brooks Koepka, Scottie Scheffler, Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg are on the first tee.

Aberg, 23, earned his PGA Tour card earlier this year after finishing top of his class at the PGA Tour University. And it’s been a whirlwind season so far for the Ryder Cup rookie – clinching his first DP World Tour title at the Omega European Masters earlier this season. He made his debut on the PGA Tour at the RBC Canadian Open, sensationally finishing -7 at T25 – not a bad start for your first tour event.

Speaking on his equally impressive start at the Ryder Cup on Friday, he said: ‘I was very nervous this morning, but it was really cool. I had Viktor alongside me, kind of a comfort speaking the same language and having fun together. Felt like we handled that very well and hit some nice shots, too, to get the point to Europe.’

Spieth lays up, Fleetwood hits the green

Spieth opts to play the safe route from a tricky lie on the right side of the fairway.

He sends his shot up the fairway and gives Thomas a good shot in.

Meanwhile, Fleetwood has a slightly better lie from the left rough. It’s worth noting that Fleetwood is ranked first on the PGA Tour for going for the green birdie or better as well as coming in fifth for scrambling.

He lofts a lovely wedge into the heart of the green, with the ball catching on the dancefloor before trickling towards the flag.

Were team USA underprepared?

Andrew Coltart yesterday slammed the US Team’s inadequate preparation ahead of the tournament this weekend.

The Sky Sports pundit, who took on Tiger Woods in the singles of the 1999 Ryder Cup, raised questions over the decision by some of the US Team’s players to take five weeks off ahead of the tournament.

‘I have a massive question, and Zach Johnson is going to get hit with this,’ Coltart told Sky Sports.

‘Who on earth in their right mind thinks the best way to prepare for a Ryder Cup is to take five weeks off?

‘Absolutely, categorically, no,’ he said when asked whether Europe’s day one lead could be predicted.

‘We thought, two years ago, that they [USA] were going to be in this for the long haul – 10 years of domination.

‘But their team has been a little bit depleted… and our top players didn’t pitch up at Whistling Straits. Today that’s exactly what they did do.’

Here we go day two is underway!

Thomas pushes his drive right into the rough towards the spectators. Spieth will have a tough shot in from there.

McIlroy goes the other side, missing the fairway in the second cut. It’s not a bad view into the hole from there for Fleetwood, but it’ll be a tough one to dig out.

Here’s how Tommy Fleetwood warmed up for his round on the range…

Thomas and Spieth enter the arena!

Best friends and stalwarts of the US Team – these guys will be a tough match up.

The pair have a combined 16 points at the Ryder Cup. Together they have five majors and 28 PGA Tour career wins.

And it’s Thomas to get us underway!

Here come Fleetwood and McIlroy!

They come out arm in arm to huge applause and chants of ‘Tommy, Tommy Fleetwood!’

They were excellent yesterday, with Fleetwood dazzling with the putter in the morning session, while McIlroy’s wedge play was equally impressive.

‘An unbelievable feat’: Luke Donald

Luke Donald has just stepped out onto the first tee to greet the fans! He’s taken a pretend swing off the tee and boy I’ll bet he’d love to be out there with his sticks.

He’s named some strong pairings today with Fleetwood and McIlroy coming up against Thomas and Spieth in our opening match, and Donald says his main objective this morning is to get off to another solid start.

Donald: ‘Of course we’ll be thinking about that. But tomorrow I’m really focused on going out tomorrow morning and showing another strong session and trying to win that session.

‘That will be our only goal for tomorrow morning, and it will be some wider thoughts, obviously, for Saturday afternoon and the singles, but this is a great start, and we want to build on that lead.’

The Englishman looks pumped out there too! He’s leading the fans in a huge thunder clap, and he has reason to be! Europe were very impressive yesterday and reflecting on Friday, Donald claimed it was ‘an amazing rollercoaster.’

‘Yeah, Ryder Cups are always full of amazing roller coasters and swings throughout the day. Obviously this morning felt a lot more comfortable than this afternoon. We got off to a fast start this morning. We held it; to win 4-0 was very special. But this afternoon the U.S. for a while there were holing putts.

‘They were turning around matches. Again, we got off to a pretty good start, but they fought back. And we knew they would. They are a strong team. There’s a lot of talent on that team. But what we did going down 18 just shows the determination, the grit, the perseverance, kind of the unity of our team.

‘They never gave up, and they kept pushing till the very end. And to hole putts like Viktor did, like Jon did, and of course Rosey, right at the end, that is huge. It really looked like 3-1 at one point for the U.S. 5-3 is really — they are well back in the game. But to win that session, when it looked like 3-1, is an unbelievable feat by my guys.’

Brooks Koepka shoots fire at Jon Rahm

It’s starting to get a little fiery out there! Brooks Koepka took a swipe at Jon Rahm yesterday in his post match press conference.

It came after Scheffler hit a sensational birdie putt on 17 to give them a one-hole lead going into the 18th.

According to Sky Sport’s Rich Beem, Rahm, disappointed with his performance failing to hole out for a birdie to match Scheffler, took his frustrations out on an advertising board surrounding the tee box.

But Koepka hit out at Rahm’s actions claiming Rahm had ‘acted like a child’.

‘So yes, I mean I want to hit a board and pout just like Jon Rahm did but, you know, it is what it is. Act like a child. But we’re adults. We move on.’

T-minus 20 minutes to go!

The first tee is bouncing already!

The stats from day one

  • It is the first time Europe have had a clean sweep in the opening session.
  • It is the first time since 1989 that either side has won a session without trailing in any match.
  • Europe tied the record for haivng the largest lead going into day two – after they secured a five point lead.
  • The first time that Rory McIlroy has won both of his matches on a Friday.
  • The first time USA have not won a match in an entire day.

Sickness in the US camp?

Zach Johnson revealed in a press conference on Friday that the US Team were struggling with a sickness bug within the camp.

Yesterday was a brutal day for the Americans in Rome, suffering a 4-0 whitewash in the opening session, before going on to fail to win a match in the fourballs.

But there may be a reason for their slow start, with Johnson revealing that there may have been an illness in camp yesterday.

‘There’s been some unforeseen things that we’ve had to navigate around, which is really unfortunate, in the sense of health,’ The US Team captain said on Friday.

‘It’s not an excuse, because we have depth, but I’ll just say, I’m grateful we have a team doctor.

He added: ‘We’re just fighting things, I mean, internally. It’s kind of passed around a little bit, caddies, players.

‘It is what it is. But it’s nothing more than that. Guys are fighting and playing regardless. I mean, it’s not anything that’s kind of weighed us down because of the depth we have and because of the many options we think we have.’

Players in the house!

Early start today! Fleetwood Mac are already on the practice green ready to go out here at 6:35am!

Saturday’s foursomes pairings!

Luke Donald has named a pretty much unchanged quad of parings to go out for the fourballs this morning but has tweaked the order slightly.

Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood will go out first today after going out last yesterday in the morning session, while Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton will go out last.

In the US Team, Zach Johnson has opted to keep Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth in the opening group following on from yesterday’s fourballs. Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka, who looked dominant yesterday in the fourballs go out second again, in a huge pairing. Max Homa and Brian Harman follow and Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay make up the final US Pairing.

6:35am – Rory McIlroy & Tommy Fleetwood v Justin Thomas & Jordan Spieth

6:50am – Viktor Hovland & Ludvig Aberg v Scottie Scheffler & Brooks Koepka

8:05am – Shane Lowry & Sepp Straka v Max Homa and Brian Harman

8:20am – Jon Rahm & Tyrrell Hatton v Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele

Day Two!

Good morning and welcome to our coverage of day two at the Ryder Cup!

It was Team Europe’s day yesterday, with Luke Donald’s side stopping the Americans from picking up a single point at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club – the first time they’ve failed to win a point during a day at the Ryder Cup in the history of the tournament.

Europe steamed ahead to a 4-0 lead in a superb morning session, before they. would overturn what looked to be a 3-1 swing to the US Team in the afternoon, with all of Viktor Hovland, Jon Rahm and Justin Rose halving their matches with superb putts on the 18th green in dramatic fashion.

While the US Team fought back in the afternoon, Europe would ultimately take a 6.5-1.5 lead heading into Saturday.

So as we gear up for day two, we’ll be recapping on all the action and fall out from what was a thrilling day in Rome…



https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/live/article-12575815/Ryder-Cup-2023-Day-Two-Live-Updates.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Ryder Cup 2023 LIVE: Score and updates as desperate USA come out swinging in this afternoon’s fourball matches

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