Ryder Cup Live Updates: Sunday Singles Pairings Set

The Ryder Cup is an every-other year sporting event pitting the best golfers in the United States against the best in Europe. After a one-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ryder Cup is back and is being held at Whistling Straits Golf Course in Haven, Wisconsin. The event starts Tuesday, Sept. 21, but the competition itself begins Friday, Sept. 24, and ends Sunday, Sept. 26. 

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Check below for updates as Journal Sentinel and USA Today Network-Wisconsin reporters and photographers cover the often star-studded golf tournament.

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United States heads into final day with commanding 11-5 lead.

Bryson DeChambeau and Scottie Scheffler closed out Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland, 3&1, in Saturday's final match to give the United States an 11-5 advantage in the Ryder Cup.

The Americans will need just 3.5 out of a possible 12 points on Sunday to clinch the trophy.

There will be 12 singles matches on Sunday, starting at 11 a.m. 

Justin Thomas, Daniel Berger shotgun beers before US' afternoon session

After almost a week in Wisconsin, Daniel Berger and Justin Thomas look like natives.

The United States golfers, perhaps feeling ultra-confident with a 9-3 lead, came out to the first hole at Whistling Straits to pump up the crowd before the afternoon matches.

There were the perfunctory chants of "U-S-A!" and a quick session of "the wave" in the grandstand.

But the fans really lost their minds when Berger and Thomas dug into a cooler and started chucking beers into the crowd.

After it looked like the golfers had exhausted their stash, a couple cans were tossed back onto the course. 

The crowd immediately implored Berger and Thomas to chug them. 

There seemed to be a moment of hesitation before the U.S. golfers slammed down the beers with gusto. They looked like seasoned pros.

- Ben Steele, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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These are the Saturday four-ball afternoon pairings 

Here are the four-ball pairings for the Saturday afternoon session.

Match 1: Tony Finau and Harris English vs. Shane Lowry and Tyrrell Hatton (12:2:6 p.m.)

Match 2: Brooks Koepka and Jordan Spieth vs. Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia (12:42 p.m.)

Match 3: Scottie Scheffler and Bryson DeChambeau vs. Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland (12.58 p.m.)

Match 4: Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa vs. Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy (1:14 p.m.) 

- Christopher Kuhagen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The U.S. takes a commanding 9-3 lead after dominant morning sessions

Paul Casey had the shot of the morning. Sergio García set a Ryder Cup record by winning his 24th Ryder Cup match. The individual highlights may have been for the Europeans, but captain Steve Stricker's U.S. team went 3-1 in the morning foursomes to take a commanding 9-3 lead into the afternoon's fourball matches.

The U.S. needs 14 ½ points to win the Ryder Cup.

The pair of Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas rallied from a three-hole deficit through six holes to Viktor Hovland and Bernd Wiesberger to win 2-up on the 18th. The rookie duo of Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele trailed by one hole to Lee Westwood and Matthew Fitzpatrick after six holes and won 2&1 while Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa held off Casey and Tyrrell Hatton to win 2&1.

"Obviously, with the conditions, it's cold and it's windy this morning," Johnson said. "It's playing difficult. We got off to a really good start and kind of just hung on from there. They holed a shot on 14, got a little bit closer on the back side, but we were able to make some clutch putts there to get us a point."

García and Jon Rahm once again provided the only European point in the morning by overcoming an early three-hole deficit to Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger. 

"It's great but it's not," García said of the record. "We need more wins and unfortunately we are not getting them at the moment. I didn't even know. (Golf Channel's) Steve Sands told me on the 17th hole. I didn't know the record and I didn't care. Obviously Jon and I, we did what we had to and what we could, and unfortunately it just looks like the American guys are just playing a little bit better than us, and it's a shame. But you know, we are not giving up. We're going to fight until the end as hard as we can. Hopefully we have a good afternoon this afternoon and see what happens."

- Jim Owczarski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Paul Casey has the shot of the morning but US wins to go up 7-3

On Friday, Jordan Spieth had the shot of the day.

Today, it was Paul Casey for the Europeans. 

Casey holed out for an eagle at the part-4 14th hole called Widow's Watch.

Casey, nearly standing in the sand, soared a chip shot over a huge bunker from 100-plus yards out and then let it roll down the slope on the green and into the hole. The reaction from Casey, who didn't have a clear look at the finish given the layout of the hole, is priceless.

The eagle has landed 🦅@Paul_Casey, what a shot. #RyderCup pic.twitter.com/vlDkSFLQcb

— Ryder Cup (@rydercup) September 25, 2021

The shot kept Casey and Tyrrell Hatton on a roll, winners of three of the last four holes.

But Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa, who never trailed in the match after leading 3-0 after the first three holes, steadied the ship and won, 2&1, to give U.S. a 7-3 lead with two morning matches left on the course.

Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm won the first match of the day for the Europeans.

- Christopher Kuhagen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Michael Jordan is back at the Ryder Cup

Michael Jordan wants to see more golf.

Jordan, spotted at the tournament Friday cheering after Dustin Johnson made a huge putt on the 11th hole, was back at Whistling Straits Saturday, seen on the first tee before the morning session began. 

On Friday, the NBA legend, who is also famous for his love of golf, was with sports broadcaster Ahmad Rashad and he had his signature cigar out on the course. He was with Rashad again Saturday.

- Christopher Kuhagen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Good Morning from the #RyderCup, Day 2! 👏

MJ is in the HOUSE. 🐐 pic.twitter.com/kzNCEN6NC2

— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) September 25, 2021

Saturday's morning session begins with United States leading 6-2

Play is underway for Day 2 of competition with four foursomes matches.

First up is Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger of the United States vs. Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm of Europe.

Garcia and Rahm won the first match on Friday to put the Europeans up 1-0. The Americans won the next three matches to take a 3-1 lead after the morning session. The U.S. then won 3-1 in the afternoon to take a 6-2 overall lead.

The other morning session foursome matches are:

  • Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa (U.S.) vs. Paul Casey and Tyrrell Hatton (Europe) - teeing off at 7:21 a.m.
  • Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth (U.S.) vs. Viktor Hovland and Bernd Wiesberger (Europe) - 7:37 a.m.
  • Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay (U.S.) vs. Lee Westwood and Matt Fitzpatrick (Europe) - 7:53 a.m.

- Christopher Kuhagen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Ryder Cup live updates: The United States has commanding 11-5 lead after Day 2, as Justin Thomas, Daniel Berger shotgun beers

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Ryder Cup results, scores: Live updates, standings, scoring, schedule, coverage for Day 3 today in 2021

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Ryder Cup results, scores: Live updates, standings, scoring, schedule, coverage for Day 3 today in 2021

Ryder Cup 2021 live updates: Team USA maintains commanding six-point lead heading into Sunday

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Ryder Cup 2021 live updates: Team USA maintains commanding six-point lead heading into Sunday

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Ryder Cup live blog: Updates, scores, highlights and more from Saturday at Whistling Straits

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