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birdie

Golf a score of one stroke under par for a hole
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8 and a birdie on the 10th with four bogeys and a double-bogey in the last eight holes in an uncharacteristic finish for a player who ruled this event three times.
The Thai made one last charge with a third straight birdie on No.
United States 5 Europe 1 JB Holmes & Ryan Moore lost to Sergio Garcia & Rafa Cabrera-Bello 3&2 CABRERA-BELLO started his Ryder Cup career with a birdie on the first and never looked back as he dovetailed superbly with fellow Spaniard Garcia, who almost holed his approach to the fifth.
Stenson fought back once more with a two-putt birdie on the 15th, but was unable to birdie either of the next two holes as Ilonen secured the biggest win of his career.
Hoffman carded six birdies and one bogey to move into the lead with a 67.
That left Rose and Donaldson, the day one leaders, locked in battle, and the Englishman fought back from his 11th hole bogey to birdie the next, while the Welshman stayed in the hunt when he picked up a shot on the 10th.
A further birdie followed at the sixth before he bogeyed the eighth.
25: Jason Day's second successive birdie at the 13th makes it five at the top again.
Spoiler alert: Palmer did birdie the 17th (dancing a jig after his 20-foot uphill putt just .
4:40pm - Woods is furious with his seven-iron approach to the tenth but it still finds the green and he safely two-putts for birdie to extend his lead to three.
Fijian Singh birdied the par-five 10th and Garcia followed suit, adding a birdie at the next to go two-under, before the Spaniard dropped a shot at the 13th.
Padraig Harrington's second birdie was only good enough for a half on the sixth however, Mickelson's two at the seventh reduced the gap, Montgomerie's birdie at the eighth put it back to three.