How it Happened: U.S. leads Walker Cup 8-4

Spectators wander on Saturday of the 2013 Walker Cup at National Golf Links of America in Southampton, N.Y.

Singles play turned into a United States rout at the Walker Cup on Saturday afternoon, as the Americans won 6.5 of a possible 8 points and took an 8-4 lead in its quest to reclaim the Walker Cup at National Golf Links in Southampton, N.Y. Great Britain & Ireland won the 2011 installment of the tournament on its home soil, ending a string of three U.S. wins.

GB&I got off to a solid start in its defense on Saturday morning, taking a 2.5 - 1.5 lead into this afternoon's eight singles matches. A couple of times in the afternoon, it led three of the singles matches as well.

The tide suddenly turned in the U.S.' favor, though, and the Americans won the first six matches completed in the afternoon.

See how all the action unfolded Saturday at National Golf Links – and scroll down for our preview coverage as well!

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Saturday-afternoon singles

Update #57: 5:59 p.m. EDT

Nathan Kimsey of GB&I misses about a 5-footer for birdie and halves the 18th – and the match – with Justin Thomas. Kimsey didn't trail for the last 12 holes.

That wraps up Saturday's play.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 8, GB&I 4

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Update #56: 5:56 p.m. EDT

Gavin Moynihan of GB&I sinks a birdie putt at the 17th to close out a 2 and 1 win over Patrick Rodgers and earn the first points of the afternoon for the Lion. Just the final hole of the all-square match between GB&I's Nathan Kimsey and the U.S.' Justin Thomas remains.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 7.5, GB&1 3.5

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Update #55: 5:47 p.m. EDT

Justin Thomas of the U.S. pulls his match against Nathan Kimsey all square with a birdie at the 17th. Gavin Moynihan of GB&I leads Patrick Rodgers 1 up as they play the 17th.

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Update #54: 5:41 p.m. EDT

All square at the 18th, Garrick Porteous of GB&I misses the green badly right while competitor Jordan Niebrugge reaches the green in two. Porteous hits from heavy grass near the Great Peconic Bay shoreline, sending the ball over the green and into the bunker; from there, he hits it on the green but well past the hole. He misses his long par putt and concedes the hole – and match – to the U.S.' Niebrugge while GB&I still is stuck on its points total from the morning as two afternoon matches remain in play.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 7.5, GB&I 2.5

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Update #53: 5:32 p.m. EDT

Michael Weaver of the U.S. birdies the 17th to close out Matt Fitzpatrick for a 3 and 1 win as the Americans' lead continues to grow during the afternoon singles rounds. The U.S., however, does not lead any of the remaining matches, as two are all square and GB&I's Gavin Moynihan leads the other.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 6.5, GB&I 2.5

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Update #53: 5:26 p.m. EDT

Michael Weaver of the U.S. has Matt Fitzpatrick dormie, leading 2 up with two holes to play.

Garrick Porteous of GB&I pulls his match with Jordan Niebrugge all square as they head to the 18th, making a long birdie putt to win the 17th.

Cory Whitsett of the U.S. reaches the par-5 18th in two and lags his putt close, while Jordan Smith can't get up and down after his second shot rolled off the left edge and his chip ran well past the hole. Whitsett wins the match 1 up.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 5.5, GB&I 2.5.

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Update #52: 5:16 p.m. EDT

Gavin Moynihan of GB&I goes 2 up in his match against Patrick Rodgers with a birdie at the 14th, his second in a row. It's the only match GB&I leads in the five remaining.

Cory Whitsett of the U.S. has Jordan Smith dormie, taking a 1 up lead to the par-5 18th.

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Update #51: 5:05 p.m. EDT

Michael Kim of the U.S. looked a little shaky in closing out his match against Callum Shinkwin, losing the 16th – but ultimately earning a 2 and 1 win at the 17th.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 4.5, GB&I 2.5

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Update #50: 4:59 p.m. EDT

While the U.S.' Michael Kim has Callum Shinkwin dormie even after losing the 16th hole, the rest will come down to the wire. The U.S. leads three of those remaining five matches 1 up; GB&I's Gavin Moynihan leads Patrick Rodgers 1 up with five to play; and the other match is all square.

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Update #49: 4:49 p.m. EDT

Jordan Niebrugge of the U.S. goes 2 up in his match against Garrick Porteous with a win at the 14th.

Nathan Kimsey of GB&I birdies No. 12 to go 1 up in his match against Justin Thomas. It's one of the rare back-nine leads for GB&I in singles play this afternoon.

Bobby Wyatt of the U.S. wins the 18th hole as Neil Raymond finds trouble; Wyatt takes the match 2 up.

• SCOREBOARD: U.S. 3.5, GB&I 2.5

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Update #48: 4:36 p.m. EDT

Michael Kim of the U.S. has Callum Shinkwin at dormie, a par at the 15th getting Kim to 3 up with three to play.

Michael Weaver of the U.S. pulls back in front of Matthew Fitzpatrick with a par at the 12th.

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Update #47: 4:31 p.m. EDT

GB&I is gaining some momentum, pulling some matches to all square and narrowing the margin in others to 1 up. Only Michael Kim of the U.S. is 2 up, as four holes remain in his match with Callum Shinkwin. Matthew Fitzpatrick, Nathan Ramsey and Jordan Smith have pulled all square to help GB&I's cause.

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Update #46: 4:17 p.m. EDT

Max Homa of the U.S. closes out his match, taking a point by beating Max Orrin 5 and 3 with a birdie at the 15th.

• SCOREBOARD: GB&I 2.5, U.S. 2.5

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Update #45: 4:12 p.m. EDT

GB&I teammates Matthew Fitzpatrick and Gavin Moynihan pull their matches back to all square at the 10th and ninth holes, respectively. The U.S. leads in five, three of them by two strokes or more.

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Update #44: 4:04 p.m. EDT

Max Homa of the U.S. has Max Orrin dormie, as a par at the par-4 14th has him 4 up with four to play. MIchael Kim of the U.S. pars the par-4 12th to go 3 up on Callum Shinkwin.

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Update #43: 3:55 p.m. EDT

The U.S. takes the lead in seven of eight matches – four by 2 up or more – and is all square in the other. Max Homa holds the strongest lead, 3 up through 13 over Max Orrin.

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Update #42: 3:42 p.m. EDT

Michael Kim of the U.S. birdies No. 10 to go 1 up against Callum Shinkwin. Patrick Rodgers of the U.S. pulls his match all square with Gavin Moynihan again, while Nathan Kimsey of GB&I pulls his match all square with Justin Thomas again. The U.S. leads six matches and two are all square.

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Update #41: 3:23 p.m. EDT

Justin Thomas of the U.S. pulls ahead of Nathan Kimsey with a par at the par-3 sixth, while Gavin Moynihan of GB&I pulls ahead of Patrick Rodgers with a birdie at the par-4 fifth. That leaves just one match all square while the Americans lead six.

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Update #40: 3:19 p.m. EDT

The U.S. leads in five matches and is all square in three more, as Cory Whitsett pars the par-4 eighth to go 1 up on Jordan Smith. Max Homa, Jordan Niebrugge, Michael Weaver and Bobby Wyatt also lead their matches.

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Update #39: 3:15 p.m. EDT

Our Cassie Stein, @GolfweekCassie, sends an update on a tricky situation in the Raymond-Wyatt match:

Bobby Wyatt of the U.S. had been on a roll, winning three straight holes – but a fluke penalty prevents that when, on the 10th green, he attempts to place his ball but drops it and his coin moves forward. A one-stroke penalty results, and Wyatt makes a 6-footer to halve the hole with Neil Raymond. Wyatt still leads the match 1 up.

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Update #38: 3:11 p.m. EDT

Max Homa of the U.S. birdies the par-5 ninth to go 4 up on Max Orrin at the turn. Homa is fresh after resting this morning, while Orrin played in a foursomes match that was halved.

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Update #37: 3:03 p.m. EDT

The U.S. pulls even again in the matches it trailed, Michael Weaver catching Matthew Fitzpatrick and Justin Thomas catching Nathan Kimsey. Weaver then surpasses Fitzpatrick to give the U.S. the lead in four matches, as Michael Kim is caught by Callum Shinkwin.

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Update #36: 2:57 p.m. EDT

Max Homa of the U.S. goes 3 up on Max Orrin with a birdie at the eighth. Homa, who lost the first hole but immediately squared the match, has won three of the last four holes.

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Update #35: 2:51 p.m. EDT

GB&I gets back on the afternoon board as Matthew Fitzpatrick pulls back ahead of Michael Weaver with a bogey at the par-3 fourth hole and Nathan Kimsey pulls ahead of Justin Thomas for the first time with a par at the par-4 third hole. The U.S. takes the lead in two more matches, however, as Michael Kim pulls ahead of Callum Shinkwin with a birdie at the par-5 seventh and Bobby Wyatt pulls ahead of Neil Raymond with a birdie at the ninth; Jordan Niebrugge and Max Homa also lead Garrick Porteous and Max Orrin, respectively.

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Update #34: 2:44 p.m. EDT

The U.S. pulls even in all three matches in which it had trailed – Bobby Wyatt catches Neil Raymond, Cory Whitsett catches Jordan Smith and Michael Weaver catches Matthew Fitzpatrick. Meanwhile, GB&I's Gavin Moynihan catches Patrick Rodgers. That leaves the U.S. leading two matches and six all square.

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Update #33: 2:33 p.m. EDT

Patrick Rodgers of the U.S. birdies the first to go 1 up on Gavin Moynihan. That pulls the afternoon matches even, in effect, as the U.S. leads 3, GB&I leads 3 and two are all square.

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Update #32: 2:28 p.m. EDT

Jordan Smith of GB&I goes 1 up at the third hole as Cory Whitsett bogeys the par 4. Both had parred the first and birdied the second.

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Update #31: 2:19 p.m. EDT

From our Cassie Stein, @GolfweekCassie, some details on how Max Homa took the lead in his match:

Max Orrin leaves his third shot 20 feet short and cannot save par. Homa has a good chip shot from behind the green to 3 feet, and goes 1 up.

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Update #30: 2:12 p.m. EDT

With six singles matches having completed a hole, GB&I leads two of them:

• Neil Raymond is 2 up on Bobby Wyatt through six;

• Matthew Fitzpatrick is 1 up on Michael Weaver through one.

The U.S. leads one:

• Max Homa is 1 up on Max Orrin through five.

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Update #29: 1:36 p.m. EDT

From @GolfweekCassie with the Homa-Orrin match:

• After driving the green, NCAA individual champ Max Homa of the U.S. drains a 45-foot eagle putt to get his match to all square with Max Orrin. Homa sat out the morning foursomes matches with former Cal teammate Michael Kim.

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Saturday-morning foursomes

Update #28: 11:30 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• Thomas with a great bunker shot at No. 17 and Rodgers makes a 4-footer to win the match, 2 and 1, to secure the first full point for the U.S.

After the morning foursomes session, it is GB&I 2.5, U.S. 1.5.

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Update #27: 11:19 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• Rodgers makes 4-footer for par at No. 15, with Phelan following with short par save. Neither pair giving anything, which could be why they're so far behind ...

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Update #26: 11:13 a.m. EDT

Matthew Fitzpatrick makes a 3-footer for par on No. 18 to give GB&I a 1-up victory and its second full point of the morning. The U.S. tandem of Nathan Smith and Jordan Niebrugge made a mess of things around the green, with Smith choosing to putt from off the green, but leaving it 20 feet short. Niebrugge missed the par-saving putt.

GB&I 2.5, U.S. 0.5 with one match left on the course.

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Update #25: 11:06 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• At 15, Rodgers chips to a few feet off a tight lie. Great shot sets up birdie and the U.S. takes a 1-up lead. And they're so far behind the group in front of them that the crowd has dropped back to watch.

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Update #24: 11:04 a.m. EDT

Garrick Porteous and Rhys Pugh put the first full point on the board, beating Todd White and Michael Weaver 3 and 1 with a birdie at No. 17. It is now 1.5-0.5 in favor of GB&I.

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Update #23: 11 a.m. EDT

GB&I's Max Orrin and Nathan Kimsey three-putt the final green, allowing Bobby Wyatt and Cory Whitsett to scrape out a halve. That would have been a devastating loss for the U.S.

The U.S. squad never led in this match.

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Update #22: 10:54 a.m. EDT

Another match will head to 18, as Niebrugge-Smith vs. Fitzpatrick-Raymond is all square after a pair of pars at the par-4 17th. The U.S. would steal a point here, facing off against the U.S. Amateur champ, not to mention being 2 down heading to No. 15.

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Update #21: 10:51 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• A pair of bogeys at No. 14 for both squads leaves the match all square. GB&I was in the bunker off the tee and a waste bunker on the approach. U.S. should have capitalized, but a short approach shot by Rodgers and a poor chip by Thomas led to bogey.

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Update #20: 10:48 a.m. EDT

In what could prove to be a critical rally, Nathan Smith and Jordan Niebrugge have won the last two holes in their match against Matthew Fitzpatrick and Neil Raymond and will head to No. 17 at all square.

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Update #19: 10:45 a.m. EDT

From @GolfweekCassie with the Orrin-Kimsey vs. Wyatt-Whitsett match:

• Not a good approach shot by Whitsett, as he sent it into a greenside bunker. Wyatt barely got it out and Whitsett had a downhill, 12-footer to save par and missed on No. 17. Kimsey just misses his birdie attempt and Orrin knocks in a 3-footer for par to send GB&I 1 up to the 18th hole.

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Update #18: 10:43 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• After Thomas-Rodgers won No. 12, both teams get inside 15 feet at par-3 13th. U.S. misses, GB&I makes 6-footer to get match back to square.

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Update #17: 10:32 a.m. EDT

From @GolfweekCassie with the Orrin-Kimsey vs. Wyatt-Whitsett match:

• A big birdie putt for Cory Whitsett after Bobby Wyatt put it close from the middle of the fairway on No. 16. It's back to all square.

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Update #16: 10:22 a.m. EDT

A bogey on the par-4 15th from Bobby Wyatt-Cory Whitsett leaves the U.S. down in the day's three matches, with the final match of the day all square.

U.S. needs to find a way to grind out a halve in the first match, as middle two have been dominated by GB&I thus far (both 2 up).

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Update #15: 10:19 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• U.S. back to all square after a sandy par at No. 11 set up by Rodgers -- who is definitely carry this team right now.

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Update #14: 10:10 a.m. EDT

Our @alexmiceli is on the course at National Golf Links and just tweeted this beautiful photo:

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Update #13: 10:07 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• Moynihan makes a 15-footer for birdie to win No. 10. Thomas put U.S. in the left rough off the tee and Rodgers left his approach short. GB&I leads for the first time in the match and has battled back from 2-down deficit through four holes.

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Update #12: 10:06 a.m. EDT

From @GolfweekCassie with the Fitzpatrick-Raymond vs. Smith-Niebrugge match:

• On No. 12: GB&I can't get up and down on 12 from the back rough, while Niebrugge makes a 4-footer to save par and the U.S. is 1 down.

• On No. 13: 12-footer for birdie drops for Raymond and that puts GB&I back to 2 up.

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Update #11: 10:03 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

Former President George W. Bush is following the group with wife Laura, daughter Jenna and grandbaby -- all in golf carts. State troopers at front and back of the motorcade.

Check out @GolfweekPhotos Instagram of the former President on the course:

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Update #10: 9:58 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekJules, who is with the morning's final match of Thomas-Rodgers (U.S.) vs. Moynihan-Phelan (GB&I):

• On No. 8: U.S. makes a mess of the hole. Deep bunker off the tee, into woods, into another bunker. First hole that group has totally botched today. GB&I birdies to square the match.

• On No. 9: With visible disgust, Thomas slides a 10-footer for birdie by on the left. Phelan drops an 8-foot comebacker for par after an aggressive birdie try by Moynihan. They make the turn at all square.

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Update #9: 9:54 a.m. EDT

From @GolfweekCassie with the Orrin-Kimsey vs. Wyatt-Whitsett match:

On No. 12: Wyatt can't make a par-saving putt after a good bunker shot from Whitsett. GB&I two-putts and goes 1 up.

On No. 13: Wyatt drains a 5-foot birdie putt to take the match back to all square.

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Update #8: 9:29 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekCassie, now with the Orrin-Kimsey vs. Wyatt-Whitsett match:

A long birdie attempt for Wyatt just misses and Whitsett taps in for par. Orrin can't make his par putt on 11 and match is back to all square.

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Update #7: 9:26 a.m. EDT

Max Orrin and Nathan Kimsey take a 1-up lead over Bobby Wyatt and Cory Whitsett after the latter make bogey at the par-4 10th. Wyatt-Whitsett, a pair of All-Americans from Alabama, have yet to lead this match today.

GB&I now leads in three matches, while the U.S. is ahead in one.

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Update #6: 9:15 a.m. EDT

George W. Bush is taking in the action at National Golf Links today. Our @GolfweekJules captured this TwitPic:

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Update #6: 9:15 a.m. EDT

The first match has reached the turn, with Max Orrin-Nathan Kimsey trading birdies with Bobby Wyatt-Cory Whitsett at the par-5 9th to keep the match all square.

Meanwhile, GB&I now has a 2-up lead in the Garrick Porteous-Rhys Pugh match. Pugh was 3-0 in 2011 for the victorious GB&I squad.

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Update #5: 9:09 a.m. EDT

Gavin Moynihan and Kevin Phelan pick up their first birdie of the match, and it's good enough to cut their deficit to 1 down against Patrick Rodgers and Justin Thomas. This is on the only match the U.S. leads.

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Update #4: 9:05 a.m. EDT

From our @GolfweekCassie, who is following the Fitzpatrick-Raymond vs. Niebrugge-Smith match:

After first attempt from Fitz from a deep pot bunker, Raymond gets it out the second time and puts it to about 3 feet, allowing GB&I to save par at the par-5 7th. Nathan Smith misses a birdie putt for U.S. and GB&I retains a 2-up lead.

Plus, check out this sweet Instagram photo of Fitzpatrick in the bunker from @GolfweekPhotos:

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Update #3: 8:47 a.m. EDT

The leaderboard has shifted a bit in the last 10 minutes.

• Bobby Wyatt and Cory Whitsett win the seventh hole to move to all square with Max Orrin and Nathan Kimsey.

• Matthew Fitzpatrick and Neil Raymond win the sixth hole to give GB&I a 2-up lead.

• Patrick Rodgers and Justin Thomas win the second and fourth holes to take a 2-up lead, the only American flag on the board right now.

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Update #2: 8:45 a.m. EDT

Our extensive crew is on the ground, bringing you inside the ropes via Twitter. Our Cassie Stein (follow here) with an update:


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Update #1: 8:30 a.m. EDT

We've let the action get underway a bit here and will now be in full blog mode for the remainder of the day, taking you through the eight singles matches later this afternoon.

A quick update on what is happening on the course:

• In a slight surprise, the GB&I squad of Max Orrin and Nathan Kimsey have jumped out to a 1-up lead over the Alabama tandem of Bobby Wyatt and Cory Whitsett through six holes.

• Also 1 up is the GB&I teams of Matthew Fitzpatrick and Neil Raymond (through 5) and Garrick Porteous and Rhys Pugh (through 4).

• The last match on the course between Gavin Moynihan-Kevin Phelan and Patrick Rodgers-Justin Thomas is all square.

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