Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
The United States has a 10-6 lead entering the final day of Ryder Cup action and will need just 4.5 points on Sunday to ensure a victory.
The U.S. leads the 2012 Ryder Cup by a 10-6 score heading into the final day of action, and they'll need just 4.5 points from singles play to win the cup. The European team has won four of the past five Ryder Cups, with the American's only win this century coming at Valhalla in 2008.
The matchups for singles play tomorrow have been announced and are as follows (courtesy of RyderCup.com):
Luke Donald (EUR) vs. Bubba Watson (USA) - 10:03 a.m. CT
Ian Poulter (EUR) vs. Webb Simpson (USA) - 10:14 a.m. CT
Rory McIlroy (EUR) vs. Keegan Bradley (USA) - 10:25 a.m. CT
Justin Rose (EUR) vs. Phil Mickelson (USA) - 10:36 a.m. CT
Paul Lawrie (EUR) vs. Brandt Snedeker (USA) - 10:47 a.m. CT
Nicolas Colsaerts (EUR) vs. Dustin Johnson (USA) - 10:58 a.m. CT
Graeme McDowell (EUR) vs. Zach Johnson (USA) - 11:09 p.m. CT
Sergio Garcia (EUR) vs. Jim Furyk (USA) - 11:20 p.m. CT
Peter Hanson (EUR) vs. Jason Dufner (USA) - 11:31 p.m. CT
Lee Westwood (EUR) vs. Matt Kuchar (USA) - 11:42 p.m. CT
Martin Kaymer (EUR) vs. Steve Stricker (USA) 11:53 p.m. CT
Francesco Molinari (EUR) vs. Tiger Woods (USA) 12:04 p.m. CT
NBC will have coverage of the final round beginning at 11 a.m. CT on Sunday from Chicago. The event can also be streamed from Ryder Cup Live.