Ryder Cup 2014 Scores: Day 1 Live Standings, Results and Highlights

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The European group stormed behind in afternoon play during a Ryder Cup on Friday, holding 3 of 4 matches to reason a altogether lead during Gleneagles Resort in Scotland.

Europe leads a United States 5-3 after a initial day of competition.

The United States got off to a good start in morning fourball play.

Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley cumulative a essential birdie on a 18th hole to bind a compare feat over universe No. 1 actor Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia in an up-and-down match. At a time it handed a Americans a 2.5-1.5 lead, though that fast evaporated when play switched to foursomes.

McIlroy and Garcia were a story once again in a afternoon, attack behind from dual down in a final dual holes to separate a compare opposite Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker, denying a Americans a essential point.

Also winning in afternoon play was a span of Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, holding off a energetic plea from Zach Johnson and Hunter Mahan to win their second compare of a day during 2 up.

Rose and Stenson had run Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson off a course—winning 5 4—earlier in a day.

The biggest warn of a opening day was a American twin of Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed.

The span downed Stephen Gallacher and Ian Poulter 5 4 in fourball play, though they were left off a afternoon register by captain Tom Watson.

Ryder Cup play continues on Saturday morning with a second turn of fourball competition.

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