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Leaderboard: Separation Saturday at Ryder Cup?

Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler get the U.S. started Saturday in foursomes, but they'll need to rally against Rory McIlroy and Thomas Pieters. Track all the action at the 41st Ryder Cup on our leaderboard.

US sweeps morning, Europe rallies in afternoon (5:08)
McIlroy: We're not going down without a fight (0:43)
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Get rid of the blind draw, Ryder Cup (0:55)
Spieth nearly sinks hole-in-one (0:19)
'Arnie's Army' loud and proud at Ryder Cup (0:44)
Ryder Cup heckler thankful to have sunk putt (1:45)
WATCH: American fans react to Willett's brother (1:10)
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Infographic: Arnold Palmer leaves legacy on, off golf course

Arnold Palmer served as one of the most iconic figures in the game. One of golf's Big Three along with Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, Palmer was a successful businessman and course designer who will forever be a legend in the golf world.

Across The Pond: Can Ryan Moore be the difference? (1:59)


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Jordan Spieth/Patrick Reed, first three holes: Three birdies. The other seven pairings combined, first three holes: Six birdies.

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Phil Mickelson has never lost a Ryder Cup match to Rory McIlroy, which should be a nice little stat until about 10:30 or so.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Why is Phil -- terrible driver -- playing foursomes instead of fourball? He explained: "In alternate shot I only have to hit 9 tee shots, not 18." So there you go

Rory takes a bow after sinking putt

Rory McIlroy put an exclamation point on his match Thursday by making an eagle putt on the 16th hole to give Europe a 3-and-2 victory and then bowing to the crowd.


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ICYMI: Saturday's morning foursomes match schedule at the 41st Ryder Cup. (All times ET.)