Irish duo paired against same American pair for foursomes

Irish duo paired against same American pair for foursomes

Northern Ireland duo Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell are to play in the final foursomes game today against this morning's fourball opponents Stewart Cink and Matt Kuchar at Celtic Manor.

Ireland's Padraig Harrington has been paired with England's ross Fisher in the fourth game against World number two Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson.

Tiger Woods will line up with American partner Steve Stricker in the first game against Spain's Miguel Angel Jimenez and Sweden's Peter Hanson.

Foursomes partners: Jimenez/Hanson v Woods/Stricker, E Molinari/F Molinari v Z Johnson/Mahan, Kaymer/Westwood v Furyk/Fowler, Harrington/Fisher v Mickelson/D Johnson, Poulter/Donald v Watson/Overton, McDowell/McIlroy v Cink/Kuchar

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