BIRDIE


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BIRDIEBattery Integration & Radar Display Equipment
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Stenson fought back once more with a two-putt birdie on the 15th, but was unable to birdie either of the next two holes as Ilonen secured the biggest win of his career.
13:55 - Henrik Stenson birdies the opening hole to move within three of the lead.
That left Rose and Donaldson, the day one leaders, locked in battle, and the Englishman fought back from his 11th hole bogey to birdie the next, while the Welshman stayed in the hunt when he picked up a shot on the 10th.
A further birdie followed at the sixth before he bogeyed the eighth.
25: Jason Day's second successive birdie at the 13th makes it five at the top again.
Spoiler alert: Palmer did birdie the 17th (dancing a jig after his 20-foot uphill putt just .
4:40pm - Woods is furious with his seven-iron approach to the tenth but it still finds the green and he safely two-putts for birdie to extend his lead to three.
Elsewhere, Englishmen Ian Poulter and Paul Casey, who were in a group with crowd-puller John Daly, both birdied the first hole with Poulter following his putt with another birdie at the fourth.
Par wasgoodenough to win the next three holes, Mickelson leaving a birdie putt short on the 17th to take the match down the last.
Montgomerie was in imperious form on the front nine despite feeling the effects of his fourth match in two days - the Scot making three birdies in the first five holes to help his team to three up.
He birdied the 10th hole with a 25-foot putt to answer his competitor's birdie at the 11th and stuffed a 6-iron shot within eight feet of the hole at the 14th after Tiger triggered a huge roar from the crowd with a shot into the 15th hole that had stopped five feet away.
A further birdie was to come on the first to move him to six under and two further bogeys and birdies saw him finish the day that way.