Thomas Bjorn holes a lovely birdie putt at the third, leaving the Americans with a putt each for a halve.
Nope, definitely not just you. It's the greens that have got to him the most, I think.
It's ok, though, because Jimmy Walker holes his four-footer for the halve.
And that's not really close. Dragged a good way left. The mark of someone who isn't confident of the speed of the greens, which is somewhat understandable.
Fowler now has a putt for a halve of about eight feet...
Ian Poulter, in two holes, has already played more good golf shots than he did in 14 holes yesterday.
Unbelievable! It lips out!
Ian Poulter has a putt the width of the second green to win the hole...
And just as I slag Rory McIlroy for being inept, he just about holes his bunker shot for eagle! That's why he's world No.1 and I'm, well, not.
There's that too, but Tito is more picky than I am!
Those are two quite different and complex points. Personally, I think Johnny Miller is too detached from the present-day players to become captain. The second argument is very interesting indeed - Europe seem to thrive in this "team" environment and (again, personally) I believe that has a lot to do with the soccer culture across Europe which is most relevant to how a Ryder Cup team needs to play together. Sure, the US has team sports but they are just not quite the same in terms of team spirit and determination.
Rory McIlroy is struggling. Two holes, two greenside bunkers, zero good shots.
Furyk and Mahan have birdied the first, second and third. They are 2-up through three holes.
Bubba Watson has a putt at the fourth for a halve, and it's straight in the cup. USA remains 1-up.
There's a Scotch mist hanging over the hills and it's cold and damp out there. There's virtually no wind - that won't be the case throughout the day, I can assure you!
And hits it to almost the same spot. It's like Stenson's marker is already marking Watson's ball.
Henrik Stenson with a superb bunker shot at the par-3 fourth, which is just beyond gimme distance but wonderfully executed all the same. Bubba Watson is in the same bunker...
Kaymer's putt for eagle at the second... just too strong to find the line. That's a halve, and Europe remain 1-up.
As does Fowler's. Europe 1-up.
Poulter's putt has been conceded at the first, leaving Walker and Fowler with a putt each for the halve. Walker's misses.
Great reply at the second from Jordan Spieth, who responds to Kaymer's approach by almost matching it.
Bubba Watson holes out at the third, and the US leads by one over Rose/Stenson.
Martin Kaymer, fresh from a birdie at the first, has hit two sweet shots at the second to set up an eagle chance. He is on fire.
Jimmy Walker's has done the same. Advantage Europe.
Very unlucky for Rickie Fowler, whose approach is even closer than Poulter's only to spin three times the distance away from the hole. Really unfortunate.
Which is just as well, as McIlroy has found the bunker. Not good from the world No.1.
Ian Poulter almost holes his second at the first! What an approach. That's a sure-fire birdie. Great start for Poulter.
Saturday morning fourballs
7.35am: Justin Rose & Henrik Stenson v Bubba Watson & Matt Kuchar
7.50am: Lee Westwood & Jamie Donaldson v Jim Furyk & Hunter Mahan
8.05am: Martin Kaymer & Thomas Bjorn v Jordan Spieth & Patrick Reed
8.20am: Rory McIlroy & Ian Poulter v Rickie Fowler & Jimmy Walker
At the third, the two American balls are within birdie distance and the Europeans are going to have to do something special to prevent a loss there.
Hunter Mahan with a huge eagle putt at the second - he had the line but not quite the pace. That halves the hole in four and the US remain 1-up.
Great approach at the third from Bubba Watson who will be in good shape for birdie there.
Kaymer birdies the first. Europe 1-up in Match 3.
Brilliant pitch at the second from Lee Westwood that secures a certain birdie for the Europeans.
Rory McIlroy's driving was erratic yesterday and this isn't a great drive here either - in the fringe rough on the right side of the fairway. He'll have a good shot into the green from there, mind you.
Poulter plays to a silent gallery - and finds the rough! May as well have stirred everyone up!
Even better drive from Jimmy Walker. Interesting to see just how many first tee shots this morning have found the fairway compared to yesterday's efforts - people are settling into this arena now.
Good drive from Rickie Fowler at the first. Safely on the fairway.
Ian Poulter has that look in his eye that says "beat me 5&4 on the first day, I will make you pay". Good grief, he looks determined.
Thomas Bjorn misses his putt at the first. Kaymer still has his for the hole, however.