Brilliant little chip from McIlroy at 17 leaves him with a tap-in par. That might be enough to see this match down the last all square.
Scorcher from Westwood. Miles down and on the preferred right half of the fairway.
Westwood up next (remember - it's alternate tee shots in foursomes, so only one per team).
Furyk staring down his tee shot, but it's fine in the first cut of the rough.
Back to the first tee, and Jim Furyk is about to get this afternoon's play underway.
And Garcia has hoiked his tee shot into the rough on the short side. Pressure getting to everyone on the 17th.
Rory McIlroy has seriously underclubbed at 17. He's about 10 yards short of the green and looks at his caddie as if to say "well, what was that?"
"Come on push, push it left" says Mickelson of his tee shot at 17. No use, the wind can't correct a shot pulled that much and it's plop in a bunker.
His swing was all over the place, his putting was terrible, out of sorts doesn't really cover it. It's got to be a big concern for Tom Watson.
Keegan Bradley makes eagle at 16! It's back to all square with two to play!
While people line up eagle putts on the 16th, the first foursomes group is making its way out on to the tee. This is actually my favourite bit in the Ryder Cup - it never stops!
Though someone probably should have stepped in early when it was Nick Faldo's turn.
I think that would be the first captaincy coup mid-event in Ryder Cup history.
Schtoinked. I like it. That's a keeper.
Rory McIlroy smokes one into the 16th green. He'll have a birdie putt for what could be a dormie 2 lead.
The giant scoreboard here in the Gleneagles media centre does not make pretty reading for Kaymer and Bjorn: A sea of blue from 1 to 17, then a bleak grey box signalling all-square. Oof.
All of which means the final match on the course will decide which team goes into the lead this afternoon, or if it will be level pegging.
Jimmy Walker, gut check passed. It's a halve in Match 2, and the score sits at 1.5-1.5
It's about five feet, maybe less.
Kaymer drags his putt harmlessly wide. Which means Walker has a putt for the win and a halve in a match they've absolutely clung on to. It would be a heck of a halve, actually.
Not my words - the words of Phil Mickelson. If you know you've got another 18 to play in the afternoon, you're going to try and conserve energy, but certainly not a case of not trying.
Bjorn rolls his putt at 18 up to the hole. That makes sure of the halve so long as Walker doesn't hole his birdie putt. And Kaymer is next to putt with success meaning the end of the match.
America, I'm sorry. I jinxed Phil. He missed.
Fowler tries again at 18, and fires it past the hole. The remainder of that group all have birdie putts.
Garcia can't hole out on 15, which leaves Mickelson with a short putt for par and a halve. We've seen Phil miss plenty of these ones before, mind you.
At 18, Rickie Fowler is trying to find his way on to the putting surface from down in a greenside hollow - it's rolling back towards him. That match looks like it will stay blue and put Europe 2-1 ahead.
McIlroy lags his putt horribly at 15, which means Garcia will have one for the hole and a one-hole lead with three to play.
Brilliant putt from Mickelson! Lips out on 15 from the edge of the green, a putt of about 40 feet. Sensational effort.
Hello, from blustery Gleneagles, by the way. The Ryder Cup team here currently trying to entice Mr Poulter into the interview room here in the media centre. Watch this space...
My two cents on leaving Spieth and Reed out: Could be a similar situation to when Mickelson and Bradley sat out of the Saturday afternoon in 2012, despite having won 3 from 3 previously. Mickelson said this week they knew beforehand they weren't going to play that afternoon, so threw everything they had into the morning (which they won 7&6 over Westwood and Donald). Imagine Watson told them to just go out all guns blazing, knowing they would get a rest.