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Darren Clarke plays out of a bunker against Tiger Woods and Chris Riley in the morning four-balls at the 35th Ryder Cup Matches at the Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)
Darren Clarke plays out of a bunker against Tiger Woods and Chris Riley in the morning four-balls at the 35th Ryder Cup Matches at the Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

Europe Look to Turn Tide in Foursomes


September 18, 2004

Europe will look to turn the tide back in their favour in the afternoon foursomes with three of the four partnerships who did so well in the Friday foursomes session, the only change being Paul McGinley coming in for Colin Montgomerie in the anchor match alongside Padriag Harrington.

Lee Westwood and Darren Clarke will lead the European cause against Jay Haas and Chris DiMarco, Westwood facing the same opponents for the second time today.

Miguel Angel Jimenez and Thomas Levet will be looking to bounce back from their defeat yesterday against Phil Mickelson and David Toms, the dominant US pairing at The De Vere Belfry. All four players were rested this morning.

In the third match Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald, 2 and 1 winner on the first afternoon,
are back in harness against Jim Furyk and Fred Funk.

The anchor match will feature the Irish pairing of Harrington and McGinley against Davis Love III and Tiger Woods.

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