Thank you Rob. Good afternoon everyone. If you haven't had a square sausage sandwich to kick you along for the rest of the day, I recommend it.
And on that note, it's time to hand back to Steven Saunders, who will take you through the rest of Europe's magical afternoon. Maybe.
Stenson's tee shot at six is an absolute beauty - well within birdie range. Mahan's response flies straight over the pin, past the green and lands somewhere in the Atlantic. Miles off.
Donaldson with a huge, huge putt at the seventh to win the hole. It was a Westie length too - and it trickles in. Walker pitches close at the second. It's all go.
Rory with a super chip at the second which puts Europe in the driving seat - providing Garcia can finish it off.
Cool as you like from Henrik and Europe lead Mahan and Johnson by one heading to the sixth.
Stenson faces a tricky one to halve the fifth, just as Westwood chips with two feet of the flag at the seventh. Solid golf.
McDowell with his beanie hat decides he may as well start as he means to go on and blasts one right down the middle, no worries at all.
Keegan Bradley tees off at the first - FORE LEFT! is the cry. In the deep rough, misses the crowd by a whisker.
And he's laid up. Donaldson is hitting from the middle of the fairway...but he's fluffed it short of the front of the green. Took too much of the short stuff with his ball.
Kuchar has got 155 to the flag from this fairway bunker on seven...
Sergio can't hole out - his ball breaks right to left just before the cup - that'll be all square going to the second.
McDowell and Dubuisson both make their way to the first tee - cries of joy from the European fans.
Ouch. That one is in the sand. Advantage Europe there. Lovely pitch from Fowler at the first, that'll be a four - unless Sergio produces come magic.
And Westwood rattles his tee shot straight down the middle of the seventh fairway. What has Furyk got in his locker...
Walker's effort smacks into the hump at the front of the first green and rolls all the way back. At the sixth, Furyk lips out from the rough before Westwood holes his a nice Westwood-length putt to win the hole! All square in that one now.
McIlroy pitches onto the green. Safely, safely catchy-America. Or something of that ilk.
A "disappointing finish after a bright start" is what European captain McGinley made of this morning's action. Also mentioned that the 18th "wasn't kind" to Europe.
And the Spaniard absolutely wallops it down the middle. Two great drives to start what I'm predicting will be a stormer of a match...
He's ripped it down the left side of the fairway - over to you Sergio...
Fowler and Walker scored a half this morning. Fowler tees off first...
Rose with a monster to win the hole at four - but he leaves it two feet short. Was uphill, to be fair. Should be a half.
Garcia and McIlroy are making their way to the first tee for a second time today. High fives from McGinley as they traipse up the hill.
A halve at the fifth. Donaldson and Westie still one down.
Donaldson, meanwhile, found the green at five.
Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia will get their foursomes match with Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler underway shortly - their afternoon tee-off was delayed due to the late finish of the morning fourballs.
I don't think so - Watson is loved but when it comes to a straight shoot between Team USA and Team Europe, there will only be one winner over here - the latter.
Kuchar goes over the green with his second on the fifth - he's caught the fringe. Meanwhile, Stenson misses a birdie putt at 3 - before Mahan rolls almost exactly the same putt wide left of the whole. He must have watched Stenson's effort with his back turned.
The question is, where can Europe gain the advantage this afternoon? Garcia and McIlroy will be out for revenge against Walker and Fowler. Just how spent will Mickelson and Bradley be when they come up against Dubuisson and McDowell?
Josh - your round isn't it?
Thanks Rasmusbach - have done so.
Jamie Donaldson/Lee Westwood v Jim Furyk/Matt Kuchar
Justin Rose/Henrik Stenson v Hunter Mahan/Zach Johnson
Rory McIlroy/Sergio Garcia v Jimmy Walker/Rickie Fowler
Victor Dubuisson/Graeme McDowell v Phil Mickelson/Keegan Bradley
Jamie Donaldson has had a taste of Ryder Cup pressure for his. Misses a halve-putt at the third and Furyk and Kuchar go one up. Prepare yourselves for a tight one this afternoon.