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Thursday, June 9, 2005


Palmer Cup Presented by Monster Still Knotted Up After Three Rounds

Final-round singles matches set for 1:30 tee times


MOSEL, Wis.?

The United States and Europe continue to play to a standstill after three rounds of the Palmer Cup presented by Monster at Whistling Straits The Irish. The two squads split their morning foursomes alternate-shot matches to stand 8-8. Possession of the Palmer Cup trophy will be settled during the afternoon singles matches beginning at 1:30 p.m.

Europe won the opening match of the day when Kalle Edberg and Alex Nor?n downed Matt Every and Matthew Rosenfeld, 3 and 1. Team USA?s Roberto Castro and Jeff Overton birdied six holes en route to a 5 and 4 victory over Alejandro Ca?izares and Pablo Martin. Six birdies by Scott Jamieson and David Skinns propelled Europe back into the lead with a 3 and 1 win over John Holmes and Michael Putnam. The Americans moved the matches back to all-square when Ryan Blaum and Spencer Levin beat Rhys Davies and Steve Tiley, 3 and 2.

2005 Palmer Cup presented by Monster at Whistling Straits The Irish

Day Two Results

Whistling Straits The Irish

Mosel, Wis.

United States 8

Europe 8

Foursomes Matches Results

Kalle Edberg/Alex Nor?n, Europe def. Matt Every/Matthew Rosenfeld, USA, 3 and 1

Scott Jamieson/David Skinns, Europe def. John Holmes/Michael Putnam, USA, 3 and 1

Ryan Blaum/Spencer Levin, USA def. Rhys Davies/Steve Tiley, Europe, 3 and 2

Roberto Castro/Jeff Overton, USA def. Alejandro Ca?izares/Pablo Martin, Europe, 5 and 4

Day-Two Singles Matches Pairings

Matt Every, USA vs. Scott Jamieson, Europe

Michael Putnam, USA vs. David Skinns, Europe

John Holmes, USA vs. Alex Nor?n, Europe

Matthew Rosenfeld, USA vs. Kalle Edberg, Europe

Ryan Blaum, USA vs. Rhys Davies, Europe

Roberto Castro, USA vs. Steve Tiley, Europe

Jeff Overton, USA vs. Pablo Martin, Europe

Spencer Levin, USA vs. Alejandro Ca?izares, Europe