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Opening pairings for Friday's fourballs

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Message 1 - posted by Jez - Manager (U888427) , Sep 21, 2006

Pairings for opening fourball matches in the 36th Ryder Cup at the K Club:

Match 1 0800BST
Colin Montgomerie and Padraig Harrington v Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk


Match 2 0815BST
Paul Casey and Robert Karlsson v Stewart Cink and J.J. Henry


Match 3 0830BST
Jose Maria Olazabal and Sergio Garcia v David Toms and Brett Wetterich


Match 4 0845BST
Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood v Phil Mickelson and Chris DiMarco

What are your thoughts on these pairings?
       

Message 2 - posted by Dan Gleebitz (U3316302) , Sep 21, 2006

US win games 1 , 3 and 4 I reckon

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Message 3 - posted by monTONY B (U3273105) , Sep 21, 2006

Woods Furyk v Harrington Monty USA
Cink Henry v Casey Karlsson EURO
Toms Weitterich v Garcia Olazabal HALF
Mickelson DiMarco v Clarke Westwood USA

USA 2.5
EURO 1.5

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Message 4 - posted by Jammy_2006 (U3487236) , Sep 21, 2006


First match is huge......

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Message 5 - posted by Jez - Manager (U888427) , Sep 21, 2006

Yep, a cracking opener to the day! Can't wait :)

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Message 6 - posted by blublub (U1689424) , Sep 21, 2006


Europe 3 USA 1

Same old, same old. Move along, nothing new here... ;-)

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Message 7, Sep 21, 2006

This posting has been hidden during moderation because it broke the House Rules in some way.

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Message 8 - posted by The Saviour (U3587873) , Sep 21, 2006

Europe 2.5 - 1.5 Usa

Just shows the strength of the team that Donald doesn't feature

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Message 9 - posted by U1694183 (U1694183) , Sep 21, 2006

1 USA

2 EURO

3 USA

4 EURO

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Message 10 - posted by Jim Furious (ssc) (U3558322) , Sep 21, 2006

well done rick o shea!

post a message with swearing in it on a thread with a manager on.

real clever;)

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Message 11 - posted by MagicPlusFours (U1665303) , Sep 21, 2006

Europe win 2 & 3
USA win 1 & 4

No advantage except that the USA gets one session nearer to the singles without losing ground.

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Message 12 - posted by dugmeister general (U1818305) , Sep 21, 2006

I think the american advantage in singles doesn't exist as i think all their rookies will lose

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Message 13 - posted by Jeff Carnage (U3206586) , Sep 21, 2006

the first game is one of the biggest i can remember. what a start to the ryder cup..

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Message 14 - posted by Jammy_2006 (U3487236) , Sep 21, 2006


Jez...

Can we arrange a predictions contest... maybe with the BBC supplying a cheeky price??

A golf book...

Or a 'how europe won the ryder cup 2006' DvD ;)

maybe even free license fee for a year (no pensioners allowed) <laugh>

What do you reckon.. i don't mind running it??

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Message 15 - posted by Spanish Nick 'the only sane one left!' (U1723441) , Sep 21, 2006

It is not quite as big as the first game in 2004! Let's be honest here...there is little point in making any predictions as the score could as easily be 4-0 either way as 2-2? Europe have come out the traps fast the last 3 Cups...so the only thing we can all do is wait for 8am tomorrow....I may go to bed now!!

GO EUROPE!

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Message 16 - posted by Jeff Carnage (U3206586) , Sep 21, 2006

jammy, there already is one.

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Message 17 - posted by The Saviour (U3587873) , Sep 21, 2006

Worth a try Jammy

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Message 18 - posted by Jammy_2006 (U3487236) , Sep 21, 2006


In that case...

Jez... can you add a little spice to the current comp?

wait a minute.... do i sound like a beggar??

OMG..

I'm a defo for the sportscafe for sunday!!

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Message 19 - posted by Dan Gleebitz (U3316302) , Sep 21, 2006

Hey JIM
Am I bothered?
Unlike you I don't have a desperate desire to suck up to everyone on here.....mate

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Message 20 - posted by The Great Simpleton (U1646467) , Sep 21, 2006

The worst thing with this is that I will be in the car and the only way to keep track for the first hour is listen to R5L Breakfast - problem is I have vowed never to listen to Breakfast again as long as Campbell is on making his inane comments!

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