They're at the 15th, and both Europeans have birdie putts while the Americans are both not on the green.
And as I type that, Sergio knocks a peach into 15. That match is all square with four to play.
Have to say I'm surprised by the doubt over Mickelson and Bradley. They've scrapped wonderfully against McIlroy and Garcia, who have been dovetailing well. Taking it in turns for inspiration.
Incidentally, 1999 at Brookline saw European skipper Mark James keep a couple of his players out until Sunday. And look how that worked out...
While Furyk has heaps of Ryder Cup experience, his experience of this course is virtually nil, aside from practice. That's the logic there, I would imagine. Give everyone a feel for the course early.
A tip - Victor Dubuisson is going the drive the US nuts in this format. Absolutely nuts.
So quick straw poll says the Spieth/Reed absence is the biggest from a US point of view. It was somewhat presumed Reed would sit this afternoon, and seems like Captain Watson has decided to stick with his original gameplan.
Happy with those matches? It means everyone plays at some point on day one. It also means the fabled Ian Poulter has been sent packing with his tail between his legs this afternoon.
Here are the foursome pairings this afternoon...
Virtually the same distance as that putt at Medinah, but this one comes up short. They'll go down the last, dormie 1 against Walker and Fowler.
Two matches left out on the course - and one of them might be about to end. Martin Kaymer has a putt to win the match at 17...
If this swings back in Europe's favour, I do apologise to our American cousins. Europe really have been the better side while I've been here.
And Garcia nails his from 12 feet! Great putt, the Europe chants are back.
Garcia and McIlroy have a putt each for a halve to keep things all square after 14 in the final match.
Keegan Bradley drains a beauty in the final match, Jimmy Walker hits another lovely bunker shot at the 17th. USA, all the way, as things stand.
It has been indeed. Everything the Ryder Cup should be.
I left, and Europe were in the ascendancy. From a European perspective, it's all my fault, isn't it?
You're welcome, America.
Kaymer has unleashed one on 17 right within birdie range - this is going to the wire. And to take you through it, Steven is back.
Walker finds the greenside bunker - is he going to make it a hat-trick?
Fowler lands his tee shot at 17 right next to the sprinkler head by the green.
Walker with another chip in! Bjorn and Kaymer now only one up going to the 17th tee. How's your nerve...
Steve - I can see Gallacher being rested and maybe even Poulter. I do, however, agree with Greg and think Speith/Reed will get a shot at Rory and Sergio.
Mickelson and Bradley have a shocker at 13 - all square now against McIlroy and Garcia. They were two up.