McIlroy's tee shot actually hit a tree - otherwise it could have been an awful lot worse.
And Walker puts his drive on the exact opposite side of the fairway. My goodness, what a finish.
McIlroy's driving deserts him again. He's slapped one in the rough but seems to have got away with it.
Credit to Fowler and Walker for hanging back on the 17th green and taking a few practice putts. Slow things down, take the wind out of the sails, then move on.
There is a gorgeous sunset taking place over the 18th green. What a superb stage for a fitting end to an incredible day.
McIlroy and Garcia walk off arm in arm to 18 with a bounce in their step. Garcia gave Fowler an almost apologetic look as they walked off.
Absolutely sensational - the Americans will be crushed by that. What a putt.
McIlroy with a 40-foot putt for birdie and the hole.
Walker's chip is a little heavy, and Europe will want to see that into the hole.
The match referee has to pace out on the 17th green to see who is to play first. His steps are accompanied by wags in the crowd chanting "one, two, three..." as he goes. A nice interval, but now for America to close the door on McIlroy and Garcia...
Dubuisson chips - it's to gimme range, and that's more than fine with the Europeans. Two up, four to play.
Birdie putt from Mickelson - and that lacked any conviction at all. Conceded by the Europeans, who now need to get up and done for a halve to retain their two-hole lead.
Garcia plays his tee shot at the 17th, a par-3, and it's good but not great. And at this stage, it needs to be great.
Decent effort from McDowell who was pitching blind into the 14th green. It's not far from where the Americans are, albeit off the putting surface.
McDowell and Dubuisson have led by three holes twice in their match and then opened the door for Mickelson/Bradley. It's happening again right now. McDowell is going to have to dig one out of the rough following Dubuisson's drive.
He can't hole it, and it's dormie 2 for the American pair. If McIlroy and Garcia can sneak a halve out of a match they've barely contested, that would be a heck of an achievement and a real pick-me-up going into tomorrow for Europe.
McIlroy almost holes his chip at the 16th for eagle. Which leaves Walker with a putt for the match.
Some beautiful rain clouds rolling in over the hills right now. Put that down as "things only a Scotsman would say".
Garcia tries to replicate it. And comes up short. There's not much life left in this match, and Europe's headache about McIlroy and Garcia's partnership is going to have to be resolved before tomorrow morning.
What a shot from Rickie Fowler into the 16th green! He's smacked that 230 yards through the air and landed soft as a feather. It's a par-5 that he's turned into a very good eagle chance for his partner.
Dubuisson has a putt at the 13th which is too firm, and Mickelson will now have a three-foot putt for the win to move to 2-down.
McIlroy, who smoked a tee shot at the first this morning and hasn't done so since, finally hits a good one. They need to do to the Americans what Mickelson/Bradley did to them this morning, and somehow snatch a win from the jaws of defeat.
Jimmy Walker tees off at the 16th, looking for the coup de grace of Europe's star duo, McIlroy and Garcia.
Justin Rose's putting was quite simply exceptional. Everyone in the European team should be seeking him out for advice about these greens tonight. If they do, this is a European landslide. The Americans don't have anyone who has sussed the putting surfaces. Yet.
Rickie Fowler dribbles a putt to gimme distance, and Walker/Fowler lead by two with three to play against Garcia/McIlroy.
Dubuisson's shot clips a branch but gets enough distance on it to give McDowell a chance of pitching on and maintaining the three-hole lead.
Dubuisson is deep in consultation with McDowell on the 13th, mainly because he's trying to play from behind a tree. Thankfully, the sun has peaked back out, otherwise we might not get all the play in today...
McIlroy and Garcia are doing their level best to cling on, but they are 1-down playing the 15th and that match is the one that looks like it will get away from the Europeans.
Two matches remain on the course, and Keegan Bradley has missed a par putt at the 12th to fall back to 3-down to McDowell/Dubuisson.
Justin Rose holes out, and Europe are in the lead - 3.5-2.5 - with a 2&1 victory over Hunter Mahan and Zach Johnson. Stenson and Rose are perfect for the day.
The concession is of the putt. Because Europe had played one fewer shot at that point, it goes down as a victory on the hole for Europe.
Donaldson has decided to putt it up the slope at 18 - and the match has been conceded by the Americans! Europe win 2-up, and move level on the scoreboard, 2.5-2.5.
Zach Johnson doesn't like his approach to 16, and neither he should. That has disappeared in a greenside bunker and won't be easy to extract.
And Furyk stiffs it. What a superbly judged chip. It won't - in all likelihood - be enough, but a heck of an effort from Furyk.
Matt Kuchar misjudges a pitch shot and leaves Jamie Donaldson with an inviting opportunity to all but put this game away on 18. Furyk has a pitch from further away than the Europeans, who lie having played a shot fewer.
Bradley/Mickelson are well short of the flag at the 11th, leaving Dubuisson with a chance to turn the screw again. He can't do much better than the Americans, however.
It seems it has turned - Rose holes out to put him and Stenson back 1-up, and then McIlroy hits a great shot out of a fairway bunker on to the green. He gets a huge hug from Miguel Angel Jimenez as well, which brings a smile to his face.
Dubuisson and McDowell re-establish a two-hole lead over Mickelson/Bradley, and will hope that nips the Americans' comeback in the bud.