RYDER CUP: THE SINGLES DRAW.
Here is the draw for the 37th Ryder Cup’s12 singles matches sheduled to be played at the Valhalla Golf Club on Sunday
(USA names first, all times BST):
1703 Anthony Kim v Sergio Garcia
1714 Hunter Mahan v Paul Casey
1725 Justin Leonard v Robert Karlsson
1736 Phil Mickelson v Justin Rose
1747 Kenny Perry v Henrik Stenson
1758 Boo Weekley v Oliver Wilson
1809 JB Holmes v Soren Hansen
1820 Jim Furyk v Miguel Angel Jimenez
1831 Stewart Cink v Graeme McDowell
1842 Steve Stricker v Ian Poulter
1853 Ben Curtis v Lee Westwood
1904 Chad Campbell v Padraig Harrington
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