Palmer Cup tied 10-10 heading into final day


The U.S. and Europe are knotted at 10 points apiece heading into the final day of the Palmer Cup at Walton Heath.

The Europeans began the day with a 5.5-4.5 advantage, but the Americans drew even after wins in singles matches from Trey Mullinax, Robby Shelton, Ollie Schniederjans and Bryson Dechambeau. This marks the first time the competition has been tied heading into the final day since the 2005 matches at Whistling Straits, which the Americans went on to win by a 14-10 margin.

The event will be decided by 10 singles matches Saturday, which will begin at 9 a.m. local time. The Americans are defending champions and hold a 9-7-1 all-time advantage in the event.

Round 3 results (singles)

Trey Mullinax, USA def. Thomas Detry, Europe, 3 and 1

Robby Shelton, USA def. Jon Rahm, Europe, 1 up

Ollie Schniederjans, USA def. Pep Angles, Europe, 3 and 1

Ricardo Gouveia, Europe def. Brandon Hagy, USA, 1 up

Erik Oja, Europe halved Wyndham Clark, USA

James Ross, Europe def. Stewart Jolly, USA, 4 and 2

Bryson Dechambeau, USA def. Louis Tomlinson, Europe, 5 and 4

Paul Dunne, Europe halved Anthony Maccaglia, USA

Grant Forrest, Europe def. Jack Maguire, 3 and 2

Jack McDonald, Europe halved Rico Hoey, USA

Pairings for the Round 4 singles matches:

James Ross, Europe vs. Brandon Hagy, USA

Grant Forrest, Europe vs. Trey Mullinax, USA

Paul Dunne, Europe vs. Robby Shelton, USA

Louis Tomlinson, Europe vs. Ollie Schniederjans, USA

Jack McDonald, Europe vs. Bryson Dechambeau, USA

Thomas Detry, Europe vs. Jack Maguire, USA

Jon Rahm, Europe vs. Wyndham Clark, USA

Erik Oja, Europe vs. Anthony Maccaglia, USA

Ricardo Gouveia, Europe vs. Stewart Jolly, USA

Pep Angles, Europe vs. Rico Hoey, USA