• Tiger Woods was back in action alongside Steve Stricker in the fourballs after being rested for the first time in his Ryder Cup career on Saturday morning
  • With the United States holding an 8-4 lead at the start of the session, the home fans were in full voice
  • Matt Kuchar, playing with Dustin Johnson, rolled in an early birdie putt to give United States the early lead against Nicolas Colsaerts and Paul Lawrie
  • Colsaerts found himself in a few interesting places
  • Lee Westwood was given the afternoon off after picking up one point from the opening three sessions
  • Keegan Bradley, pictured here with former President George W Bush, was also rested - in his case after three straight wins
  • Former President George HW Bush was also in attendance
  • Zach Johnson and Jason Dufner, fresh from their win in the morning, were again paired together by United States skipper Davis Love III
  • Rory McIlroy was one of the two players in action for all four sessions on the opening two days - the other being Rose
  • McIlroy - this time forming a new partnership with Ian Poulter - fell behind early on in the final match against Dufner and Zach Johnson
  • Franceso Molinari and Justin Rose were three down after 11 against Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson
  • Europe's captain Jose Maria Olazabal was hoping for a turnaround from his side
  • Swimming legend Michael Phelps was enjoying the action
  • Webb Simpson partnered Bubba Watson to a 5&4 victory for the second time
  • First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond in the tartan trousers
  • Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson beat Nicolas Colsaerts and Paul Lawrie on the 18th green
  • Sergio Garcia and partner Luke Donald came from behind to win their match
  • Ian Poulter holed a 12-foot birdie putt at 18 to win a point for Europe

2012 - Day Two fourballs

Tiger Woods was back in action alongside Steve Stricker in the fourballs after being rested for the first time in his Ryder Cup career on Saturday morning