Stenson maintains a 2-up lead with a birdie putt at 14. Him and Rose have putted like men possessed today.
And it just misses too. Ten minutes ago, they were on the verge of being 3-up, now it's all square for Poulter/McIlroy against Fowler/Walker. Incredible.
He's on the fringe, about 15 feet away.
And it skims the left edge of the hole but is too firmly struck. Poulter will now have a go for the halve.
McIlroy has a big putt for a halve
Jimmy Walker picks up the lead from his partner and almost holes his shot into the 10th! These guys, as someone once said, are good.
Tom Watson in all orange? I'd pay to see that.
Random thought, but wouldn't it be great if the US team adopted Fowler's tradition tomorrow and turned out in all orange?! What a scene!
Rickie Fowler is catching light here - his approach to the 10th is as good as anything Justin Rose has hit today.
Honestly, no - not for this sustained amount of time. Players get hot for two or three holes a lot, but this has been ridiculous. It's a day-and-a-half now!
Europe lead in two matches, USA lead in two matches - does it get any better than this?
Justin Rose holes again. Again! Six birdies in a row for that pair, Rose/Stenson lead by two holes. Kuchar/Watson really have given it everything but simply can't hang with this any longer.
And he can't. Amazing turnaround.
Poulter can't hole his, so McIlroy is facing a huge putt now. What a momentum swing this could be.
It means Poulter and McIlroy must now hole their putts to get a halve, when they could have been putting to go 3-up. Unbelievable drama.
He holes from the bunker, and that match is now on its head!
And Walker joins him. This match might be about to get ugly.
Fowler finds the bunker. So, over to you, Jimmy Walker.
McIlroy and Poulter surround the flag at the 10th. Over to you, Fowler/Walker.
Birdies everywhere. Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, a wonderful halve by Mahan - it's impossible to keep up!
Thomas Bjorn tries to match Jordan Spieth on the 10th, and isn't far off.
Poulter plays his third into the ninth but can't hold the green. He's going to have to rely on McIlroy on this one.
At the 10th, Jordan Spieth hits his tee shot pin-high.
McIlroy hits the heart of the ninth green and will have a lengthy putt for eagle.
This is unreal. Justin Rose plays into the 12th and beats everybody hands down. Again.
Stenson leaves himself an uphill putt in what could be a putt-off on the 12th green.
Brilliant shot from Matt Kuchar into the 12th - right over the flag and a good birdie chance. The standard of golf in Match 1 is unparalleled.
He won't even need to - Jordan Spieth holes his birdie putt in any case. Spieth/Reed 1-up at the turn in a terrific battle.
Thomas Bjorn can't make a four at the ninth, meaning Reed will have a chance to hole out for the win.
Furyk fails to hole for the win at the 10th and looks thoroughly appalled. He had become so used to holing them, that's somewhat understandable.
Patrick Reed has a chip to win the ninth, and it lips out.
No question - Rose/Stenson are seven-under for the day. How do you hang with that? Great golf.
Ian Poulter made a mess of the ninth yesterday. He's taking a different approach today. He's so far right he has more chance of killing a deer than landing a birdie.
Two matches all square, one comfortably in US hands, one slightly in the Europeans' favour. Fun, isn't it?
Of course, he does just that. Absolutely ridiculous stuff from Rose.
Superb response by Kuchar at the 11th - knowing Rose is in great position for birdie, he drains a 20-footer. Big moment and suddenly Rose has to hole for a halve.
Jimmy Walker with a putt for the halve at the eighth - just short. Poulter/McIlroy move 1-up. Tide turning Europe's way a little.
A European just about holed his shot from the fairway. Need I even name him anymore?