Seve Trophy 2013: Singles Matches, Tee Times and More for Day 4
As the finishing line comes into view for Day 4 of the Seve Trophy 2013, the scores are tied at 9-9 between Great Britain and Ireland and Continental Europe after an impressive comeback by Sam Torrance's team on Day 3.
In Saturday's earlier rounds, Continental Europe moved into a commanding 8-6 lead having won two of the morning's foursomes and halved another.
However, a strong afternoon showing from the Great Britain and Ireland team saw that lead cut, with Paul Lawrie and Stephen Gallacher, and Jamie Donaldson and Marc Warren clawing back points to help close the gap.
In the last of the afternoon's foursomes, David Lynn, who was partnered by Paul Casey, managed to sink a 10-foot putt on the 18th hole to triumph over Miguel Angel Jimenez and Matteo Manassero to complete his team's comeback and draw level.
Going into the final day, the Seve Trophy is wide open with 10 singles games to decide the outcome of this year's competition, the schedule and tee times for which can be found below:
|Great Britain and Ireland||Tee Time (BST)||Europe|
|Jamie Donaldson||10:16||Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano|
|Paul Casey||10:28||Nicolas Colsaerts|
|Tommy Fleetwood||10:40||Joost Luiten|
|Chris Wood||10:52||Thomas Bjorn|
|Scott Jamieson||11:04||Gregory Bourdy|
|Marc Warren||11:16||Thorbjom Olesen|
|Stephen Gallacher||11:28||Matteo Manassero|
|Paul Lawrie||11:40||Mikko Ilonen|
|David Lynn||11:52||Miguel Angel Jimenez|
|Simon Khan||12:04||Francesco Molinari|
The fourth day looks to be a straight shootout by both teams' top players, culminating in the two final showdowns between Lynn and Jimenez and Simon Khan and Francesco Molinari.
Nicolas Colsaerts and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, who together recorded the largest victory margin in the history of the competition during the second-day fourballs, open proceedings for Continental Europe against Paul Casey and Donaldson, respectively.
Stars such as Rory McIlroy may have stayed away from the Seve Trophy this year, but with the scores currently drawn, and the Europeans chasing their first win since 2000, spectators should be in for a blockbuster finale regardless.
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