Ryder Cup Logo Ryder Cup: Team USASeptember 22-24 2006, The K Club, Straffan, County Kildare, Ireland
Sunday Singles
R. 

	

	Karlsson
R. Karlsson
VS. T. 

	

	Woods
T. Woods
Last update: 11:57 AM ET
MATCH 4 - FINALRESULT: USA Wins 3 & 2
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Par443544434543434545
R. Karlsson3435444344334355  
T. Woods4334354336334344  
Match Progress                  
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Hole Yards Par Hole Highlights
1 418 4 Woods was first to tee off. Using a fairway wood, Woods hit the tee shot into thick, heavy rough on the left side, just short of the fairway bunker. Karlsson's tee shot, also using a fairway wood, settled on the left side of the fairway. Woods' second shot was caught heavy and he squirted the ball into the fairway just in front of the green. Karlsson's second shot from 144 yards out stopped 15 feet below the hole. Third shot chip by Woods rolled to six feet from the hole. Karlsson's birdie putt to win the hole died into the cup for a 1-up advantage.
2 413 4 Woods' second shot from 147 yards out was hit to eight feet. Karlsson's second from the rough found the back fringe. Woods made his birdie putt to win the hole and squared the match.
3 170 3 Woods hit his tee shot over the green. Karlsson's 8-iron tee shot stopped five feet from the hole. Woods' chip from the back of the green stopped three feet shy of the hole. Karlsson missed his birdie try. Woods made his putt to keep the match square.
4 568 5 With a fairway-wood, Woods found the green wih his second shot. Woods elected to chip because the fringe came into play and sent the ball six feet past the hole. Karlsson's birdie try from the fringe, about 18 feet away, snuck past the hole on the right side. Woods holed his five-footer for birdie to win the hole and go 1-up.
5 440 4 Karlsson's second shot from 149 yards out stopped 25 feet under the hole. Woods' second from the first-cut of rough 133 yards out with a wedge was stuffed to five feet. Woods holed his putt to win the hole and go 2-up.
6 478 4 Karlsson's second shot went into the left fringe. Woods' second shot was from the trees and the rough on the left, 190 yards out, and scooted it into the right rough by the green. Woods' chip stopped four feet shy of the hole. Karlsson's chip was hit to within a foot of the hole. Woods missed his putt and Karlsson won the hole to cut his deficit to 1-down.
7 430 4 Karlsson hit the fairway with his tee shot. Woods' tee shot with a three-wood found the fairway. Woods nearly chipped in with his third and was conceded a par. Karlsson also made a par to halve the hole and Woods stayed 1-up. (Woods' caddie Steve Williams accidentally dropped Woods' 9-iron in the water by the green. Becasue of the depth of the water, the club could not immediately be retrieved and Woods played the rest of the way with just 13 clubs)
8 173 3 Karlsson's tee shot stayed on the fringe, just right of the green. Woods' tee shot hit the green, but spun back into the fringe. Woods' chip stopped two feet from the hole. Karlsson's chip hung on the lip and the two halved the hole. Woods remained 1-up.
9 461 4 Woods' approach from 172 yards out with a 6-iron stopped about eight feet from the flag. Karlsson's second shot wound up 12 feet behind the hole and to the right. Woods made birdie to go 2-up.
10 584 5 Woods' third shot from a bunker was left in the bunker. With a 12-footer for par, Woods missed. Karlsson's four won the hole and the deficit was cut to 1-down.
11 415 4 Woods' approach shot from 139 yards out wound up 10 feet left of the flag. Karlsson's second shot from 133 yards stopped six feet from the hole. Woods made his birdie. Karlsson made his putt to halve the hole and Woods stayed 1-up.
12 182 3 The hole was halved with pars and Woods stayed 1-up.
13 428 4 The hole was halved with pars and Woods stayed 1-up.
14 213 3 The hole was halved with pars and Woods stayed 1-up.
15 446 4 Karlsson's tee shot with a driver found the lake on the right. Woods won the hole with a par to go 2-up.
16 555 5 Woods wins the hole with a birdie and wins the match 3 and 2.
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