He needed a rest - looked shot yesterday afternoon.
And a computer screen, of course ;-)
There should be one! Co-sign.
Honestly, write it off. Pick your player in worst form and take the loss.
Now Martin Kaymer, having seen Thomas Bjorn take two in a bunker, holes a great putt. This is astonishing.
That's the biggest celebration we've seen from Bubba so far this weekend and it's truly deserved. He keeps the match all square. Truly brilliant golf being played right now.
Drills it! What a putt! What a brilliant putt! And Bubba knows it.
Kuchar can't match that birdie, so it will be left to Bubba to try and get the halve.
It's getting close to the Americans just conceding Rose's putts regardless of where he is. This is absolutely ridiculous.
Oh my goodness! Justin Rose holes from off the green at the 10th!
Fowler misses, and it's a halve. The match remains all square. This is quite a morning.
Rickie Fowler now has a putt for the win at the seventh...
And then misses the putt. As you were.
Rory McIlroy's fire has been lit. He's pinged a brilliant approach right over the flag at the seventh. Great shot.
Justin Rose narrowly misses his eagle putt at the ninth, and it's a halve in four. Great golf all round.
What an effort from Matt Kuchar for eagle at the ninth. It looks in most of the way and ends up a gimme birdie.
Jamie Donaldson secures a hard-earned halve, but remains 3-down to Furyk/Mahan.
Hunter Mahan is taking it to the Europeans - he's holed another excellent putt and it will be a big surprise if he's not adding a point to the US score by lunchtime.
He's putted gloriously so far this morning, but it is a weakness in the big moments.
The pin location at the eighth is really encouraging players to fire straight at the flag. Furyk, Mahan, Donaldson and Westwood are having the same experience as Rose etc just had.
Bubba Watson now trying to match Justin Rose's approach to the ninth. He can't, he's ended up in the hollow by the green. It will take some short-game magic to work it close from there.
That's an old school assumption that the US will win the singles. Man for man, Europe is stronger - on paper at least. And they don't play on paper.
How on earth has Justin Rose done that! He's in deep, deep rough at the ninth and (having put his ball in the water there yesterday) he still has the guts to lay a wood on it and drill it the distance to the flag. He'll have an eagle putt. Unbelievable.
That's a halve for Europe when Patrick Reed must have felt certain of a win. The teams are trading haymakers right now. Epic stuff.
Thomas Bjorn chips in! This is probably the best spell of golf we've seen so far this weekend!
Almost true - if it's 4-0 Europe, we can all go home. Anything else, we have a contest.
He holes the putt and it was in the whole way - brilliant putt and the match remains all square. What a halve that is!
But only so much! Rickie Fowler!
Interesting move by the Europeans there, as well. Poulter had the honour as he was furthest away, but deferred to McIlroy in an effort to apply the pressure to Fowler. It worked.
McIlroy with the birdie putt! Leaves Rickie Fowler with a putt to keep the match all square.
Never mind, up steps Patrick Reed with a brilliant approach that surely secures a birdie. Spieth runs up and exchanges a low five.
Jordan Spieth has duffed a pitch from nowhere. He bends double - hard to tell if that's frustration or embarrassment!
Rory McIlroy shows up, at last! Terrific tee shot at the par-3 sixth, which for a moment looks like it might skip even closer to the hole before checking on second bounce. Good birdie chance there in a match that is all square.