Team Europe head into Sunday’s singles needing just four points to win the 2023 Ryder Cup. Luke Donald’s side again dominated on Saturday but USA gave themselves a glimmer of a chance with their performance in the afternoon’s fourballs.
Europe won three of the morning’s foursomes matches to extend their lead to 9 1/2 – 2 1/2. But USA pulled it back to 10 1/2- 5 1/2 with a dramatic ending to the day’s action on the 18th.
Rory McIlroy was left fuming with Patrick Cantlay’s caddy after the American had sunk a 30-foot putt. McIlroy’s fury spilled over into the car park after he and Matt Fitzpatrick were beaten 1 up by Cantlay and Wyndham Clark.
The singles start at 10.35am BST, with McIlroy fourth out against Sam Burns, so the Northern Irishman could theoretically be the one to put the final nail in the USA coffin if results go Europe’s way. Express Sport is on hand to provide you updates every step of the way.