Match 4 - Fourballs
Garcia/Westwood beat Toms/Furyk by 5&3
September 17, 2004
Hole 15 - Westwood and Garcia win 4&3 after the Americans concede the 15th hole unable to make a birdie with the Europeans both on the green in two. The European duo won three matches two years ago and have started on a winning note again at Oakland Hills.
Hole 14 - Furyk keeps the match alive by making a birdie on the 14th. Europe are four up with four remaining.
Hole 13 - Europe go five up with five to play after majestic two by Westwood. Furyk just misses from eight feet.
Hole 12 - Westwood makes a downhill 10 footer for birdie to get back to four up.
Hole 11 - America claw one back after Toms makes a great up and down for a birdie four. Garcia and Westwood both made the green in two but three putted. Europe are three up.
Hole 10 - Garcia misses eight foot birdie putt from just off putting surface to take Europe five up, they remain four up.
Hole 9 - Garcia only player to hit green on tough 220 yard par three. Spaniard misses birdie putt but he makes short par putt to win hole as Toms' effort lips out. Europe go four up at the turn.
Hole 8 - Westwood and Garcia both come close to making long birdie putts. Furyk holes brave putt from seven feet for par to secure the halve. Europe stay three up.
Hole 7 - Spanish flag draped over grandstand on hole seven must have inspired Garcia a little as he makes par four for halve as Furyk make par as well. Europe three up.
Hole 6 - Furyk makes first birdie of the morning for the American duo from 12 feet but Garcia cancels it out with birdie from eight feet to keep Europe three up. Westwood lipped out for birdie from 10 feet.
Hole 5 - Toms just missed 15 footer for birdie to get America back on track. Westwood holes out for par four to halve hole and keep Europe three up.
Hole 4 - Westwood rolls in great birdie putt from 12 feet to put Europe three up. Westwood and Garcia partnership picks up where it left off two years ago at The De Vere Belfry.
Hole 3 - Furyk taps in from three feet for par three to halve hole after Garcia made a 20 footer for great par save. Westwood found greenside bunker off the tee. Europe stay two up.
Hole 2 - Westwood holed out for a birdie four from five feet to win hole for Europe and put them two up. Both Westwood and Garcia made the green in two, with the Spaniard missing an eagle attempt from 30 feet. Tom's missed birdie putt from 35 feet.
Hole 1 - Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood win first after Spaniard makes birdie three. Garcia makes brilliant three after hitting second shot to 12 feet. Furyk nailed second shot to six feet but just missed.
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- Hal Sutton - Afternoon (9/18/04)
- Toms & Mickelson (9/18/04)
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- Hal Sutton (9/18/04)
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- Chris Riley (9/18/04)
- Woods & Riley (9/18/04)
- Clarke & Poulter (9/18/04)
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