GOOD AFTERNOON! Or morning. Or evening. Depending where you are in the world. It's Friday 30th September. And for the next 3 days, your golfing ass is ours! Welcome to the 41st Ryder Cup! CUE THE MUSIC!

This page will be your one stop shop to every result at this year's Ryder Cup. As soon as one match finishes, we'll give you a quick report and update the scoreboard at the top of the page. Across the website, there's live blogs on EVERY SINGLE GOD-DAMN MATCH! Yes, all 28 have their own mini page. Cool, eh? Here's where you need to go for the opening foresomes matches...

MATCH 1 Spieth/Reed vs Rose/Stenson: MATCH 2 Mickelson/Fowler vs McIlroy/Sullivan: MATCH 3 Walker/Z Johnson vs Garcia/Kaymer: MATCH 4 D Johnson/Kuchar vs Westwood/Pieters:

Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed beat Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson. 3 and 2. The young Americans went 2 up after 3 holes against on paper the strongest European pair, and they never looked back. Rose never holed a thing. Patrick Reed won the American's first point with a putt on the 16th hole.

Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar wallop Lee Westwood and Thomas Pieters 5 and 4. Westwood and Pieters shoot 40 for the front nine, and you can't recover from that. DJ and Kuchar have a nice stroll round in the morning sunshine, expect to see them again today. Westwood and Pieters not so much.

Jimmy Walker and Zach Johnson beat Sergio Garcia and Martin Kaymer 4 and 2. The Americans win 5 holes on the spin on the back 9 to claim the 3rd point of the morning. Garcia and Kaymer were too erratic off the tee, and also with their iron play.

Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler beat Rory Mcilroy and Andy Sullivan 1 up. It went all the way down to the 18th, but Rory and Andy will feel they let the Americans off the hook, as Mickelson's driving went off the pro-tracer at times. However the Americans clung on in there to claim a whitewash in the opening foursomes.

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Alan Wilson

Looking much more tasty!

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