Bubba has done the same again at the third. Not hard enough, finishes just next to the cup.
You need to hit it firm and without as much break as it seems. Hit it soft, it will fall off line.
Going back to that putting comment from Andrew - it's a very different beast putting on Scottish greens first thing in the morning. Take it from a Scot!
Europe up in the first two matches, USA up in the third, USA likely to go ahead in the fourth. It's a bit close, isn't it?
Bjorn to win the second hole - and he nails it. Two holes played, two holes won by Kaymer and Bjorn against Walker and Fowler.
Decent effort from McIlroy, but Mickelson is three times closer and in the driving seat.
Mickelson! Superb. Brilliantly controlled iron over the flag at the first which spins back to four feet. Match that, Rory.
Pretty good effort from Garcia at the first from the rough, finding the heart of the green and allowing his partner to have a good crack at going close.
Poulter for the halve at the first - oh my. Oh my oh my. He's missed from about two feet, lipped out. "Mr Ryder Cup" has just turned into "Mr Tin Cup"
Excuse me, that was Garcia's tee shot - McIlroy has absolutely smoked his tee shot miles down the fairway. The last first tee shot of the morning, and it's by far the longest.
Rory McIlroy finds almost the exact same spot of rough as Poulter did. And it didn't work out too well for Poulter.
Can we say that? Well, guess we just did.
Nice tee shot from Mickelson which finds the area most are aiming for on the right of the fairway. It's met with a stony silence from the partisan crowd.
Bradley's first tee shot is a long, long way right. It's not a bad angle into the green, but that wasn't the most controlled shot he'll ever strike.
Surely Tiger would captain at Torrey Pines, right?
It isn't - it's in Minnesota. Hazeltine to be precise.
Keegan Bradley looking a little nervous on the first tee. He's banging his hands together with nervous energy. Mind you, that's probably just part of his incredible/ridiculous (delete as appropriate) pre-shot routine.
It's a great point, Ryan. I have a feeling timezones are the biggest issue there, with the European TV market too sizeable a pot to be overlooked.
Tom Watson talking on the first tee: "In 1977, there were no grandstands."
The battle of Litigate, if you will.
Ian Poulter from the rough to the first green - scratch that, the bunker at the side of the first green. Advantage USA, in a big way, in Match 3.
Here come the final fourball pairings - Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia against Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley. To think how exciting this morning has already been, and now we have the best match of the opening four. Brilliant.
It's not good. He's dragged it on the low side - Europe are 1-up in the first two matches.
Henrik Stenson holes his birdie putt! Watson has his for a halve.
The second will be an interesting hole this week - it's very reachable in two, especially for someone like Bubba or Rory, so eagles are attainable. Webb Simpson has secured a halve with Rose, but Stenson and Watson are both still to have their birdie putts.
Justin Rose has a birdie putt at the par-5 second. It's over a hump and about 20 feet. He's left it short again, just as he did at the first. The greens will have a bit of morning dew on them and quicken as the sun rises.
Thumping tee shot from Poulter but he's found the first cut of rough. Advantage USA after those tee shots.
Poulter will need to find the fairway, no matter what.
Ooh dear - that's the worst European tee shot so far. Gallacher finds the fairway bunker and it's not in a good spot. At all.
Crikey, even Stephen Gallacher is wearing a hat! What's going on? It's not even cold!
He also finds the fairway.
Spieth, in a bobble hat. He knows this is Scotland's summer, right?
Gorgeous swing and he's found the right side of the fairway though pretty again it's pretty short. Kept his swing nice and slow though.