The 2014 Ryder Cup concludes on Sunday with 12 singles between the USA and Europe. Find out how you can watch a live stream of all of day three’s the action.
Where: Gleneagles, Scotland.
When: Saturday 27 September, 11.36am.
Watch live: Click here to watch on NowTV from Sky!
Europe take a 10-6 lead over the USA into the final day’s play at the 2014 Ryder Cup.
However, there are still 12 points to play for and, as you should know by now, anything can happen!
Below is a list of all 12 of Sunday’s matches and their tee times:
Jordan Spieth v Graeme McDowell – 11.36am
Patrick Reed v Henrik Stenson – 11.48am
Rickie Fowler v Rory McIlroy – noon
Hunter Mahan v Justin Rose – 12.12pm
Phil Mickelson v Stephen Gallacher – 12.24pm
Bubba Watson v Martin Kaymer – 12.36pm
Matt Kuchar v Thomas Bjorn – 12.48pm
Jim Furyk v Sergio Garcia – 1pm
Webb Simpson v Ian Poulter – 1.12pm
Keegan Bradley v Jamie Donaldson – 1.24pm
Jimmy Walker v Lee Westwood – 1.36pm
Zach Johnson v Victor Dubuisson – 1.48pm
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– Blackpool v Cardiff City – 03 Oct