Lee Westwood can't hole for the halve following Hunter Mahan's super approach to seven, which was conceded, and Furyk/Mahan are 3-up and cruising. They've played wonderful golf so far, too.
Three of the four matches are all square. This is absolutely on a knife-edge, still.
That Rose putt will have been heard around Gleneagles, which makes it even more significant - the Americans were on a heck of a run for a spell there.
Watson can't make it either, and that match is all square as they head to the ninth.
Kuchar's attempt at a halve - not struck hard enough, not for the first time by Kuchar today.
Justin Rose! Birdies the eighth and let's the gallery know about it too. That's got to grate on the Americans, but it's a joy for the European backers.
Jordan Spieth wins the hole with a cracking putt to level the match against Bjorn/Kaymer. Good five minutes developing for the US right now.
Poulter puts his approach at the fifth into the hazard and that will be a win for Walker/Fowler.
Now Rose matches it, albeit from a completely different line. Interesting few minutes coming there.
The eighth hole is developing into quite a putt-off between Stenson/Rose and Kuchar/Watson. Rose still to play into the green, but the other three all have birdie putts of almost the same distance.
Jimmy Walker hits a stellar shot into the fifth green and that's a sure-fire birdie. Brilliant stuff from Walker.
I think we see both players, but not together. Surely that goose is cooked now? And if they are paired together, Tom Watson will have to take his chances that they avoid the buzzsaw that was/is McDowell-Dubuisson. The man-love between that pair is quite astonishing.
Furyk holes another putt for a halve - he's not missing anything through six holes. That needs to rub off on some of his team-mates, mind you.
Justin Rose's celebration to the crowd after that dropped is hilarious. Proper football celebration.
Solid putt from Stenson, middle of the cup, and that's the American lead in that match down to one.
Rose has first dibs, but he hits the outside of the hole and lips out. Unlucky. Up next, Henrik Stenson...
Bubba Watson with another very poorly struck putt, this time at the seventh. Europe now has two putts for the hole.
Good halve from Jimmy Walker at the fourth, which keeps him and Fowler 1-down against McIlroy/Poulter.
I think you're right - but I don't think they'll be able to keep it within two today. I have, admittedly, been wrong before...
Must admit, as a Scot, I wish they were playing at St Andrew's or Carnoustie or Turnberry, rather than Gleneagles. But money talks.
Thomas Bjorn hits into the ditch at the fifth. "Urrggghhh" he gurns at himself as soon as he hits it. Terrible shot, he's out of that hole.
They lead the first two matches by two holes, but trail by 2 and 1 in the last two matches. Even split at the moment.
Furyk is holing out well so far, and the fifth is halved to keep the US 2-up.
You are correct - thank you!
Great putt from Kuchar at the sixth, and Rose/Stenson are 2-down to Kuchar/Watson in Match 1.
Jamie Donaldson has a monster putt for birdie at the fifth. He does pretty well just to get it to gimme distance for the par.
No putts holed on the third which means Europe remain 1-up in the McIlroy/Poulter-Fowler/Walker match.
Thomas Bjorn secures a halve at the fourth and he and Kaymer remain 2-up.
Hate to say I told you so, but the weather forecast says wind this afternoon will reach gusts of 25mph.
He looks absolutely disgusted with himself as well.
Three holes, three bunkers for Rory McIlroy. This is pretty awkward stuff considering he was dead centre of the fairway there.
It's best ball this morning, alternate shot this afternoon. Exactly the same format as yesterday.
Justin Rose halves the fifth with another unbelievably good putt. He has to wear great big mittens when he's putting, his putter is THAT hot!
Donaldson, incidentally, playing really poorly so far. Is it possible for a rookie to have a "sophomore slump" on day two?
Furyk for a halve at the fourth - dead centre. Furyk/Mahan remain 2-up on Westwood/Donaldson.
Another thing to bear in mind with Fowler - he has to have been rocked by the McIlroy/Garcia comeback yesterday. That match was in the bag and then felt like a loss. He wins that, this is a different discussion entirely.