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Saturday 28 November 2015

Europe goes 10-6 ahead at end of second day of Ryder Cup Action

Published 23/09/2006

Europe has extended its lead ahead of the Americans on the second day of Ryder Cup action.

The score currently stands 10 - 6 and a half to Ian Woosnam's team.

The most sensational moment of the tournament so far was Paul Casey's hole in one on the fourteenth, that sealed a 5 and 4 win with David Howell over Stewart Cink and Zach Johnson.

Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk won out over Padraig Harrington and Paul McGinley with a 3 and two victory in the last match.

In other duels, Colin Montgomerie and Lee Westwood drew with Chad Campbell and Vaughn Taylor.

Red hot Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald came out 2 and one over Phil Mickelson and David Toms.

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