Monty releases McIlroy early

Ireland’s Rory McIlroy will be second in tomorrow’s singles as compatriots Padraig Harrington and Graeme McDowell close out the day’s proceedings in the final two pairings.

McIlroy faces up to Stewart Cink while Harrington and McDowell go into battle with Zach Johnson and Hunter Mahan respectively.

European captain Colin Montgomerie has chosen world number-three Lee Westwood to lead the charge in the morning’s opening contest against American veteran Steve Stricker.

Elsewhere, US captain Corey Pavin as decided to leave world number-one Tiger Woods till the 8th game following his battering in today’s foursomes and he will square up to Italian Francesco Molinari.

Full Ryder Singles draw & order for the final day, Monday October 4th:

Match 1: 9.05am Lee Westwood v Steve Stricker.

Match 2: 9:17am Rory McIlroy v Stewart Cink.

Match 3: 9:29am Luke Donald v Jim Furyk.

Match 4: 9:41am Martin Kaymer v Dustin Johnson.

Match 5: 9.53am Ian Poulter v Matt Kuchar.

Match 6: 10:05am Ross Fisher v Jeff Overton.

Match 7: 10.17am Miguel Angel Jimenez v Bubba Watson.

Match 8: 10.29am Francesco Molinari v Tiger Woods.

Match 9: 10.41am Edoardo Molinari v Rickie Fowler.

Match 10: 10.53am Peter Hanson v Phil Mickelson.

Match 11: 11.05am Padraig Harrington v Zach Johnson.

Match 12: 11.17am Graeme McDowell v Hunter Mahan.

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