For us here in the States who are 3 hours behind, NBC's Dan Hicks just raised the question of whether Phil Mickelson should be playing in Saturday afternoon's foursomes.
Johnny Miller responded that he questioned whether Mickelson or Tiger Woods should go out in the afternoon based on their play in this Ryder Cup and in previous Cups.
Well, we know they are both going out in the afternoon. (Warning, spoiler link!)
Does Tom Lehman really have any choice?
I don't believe there is any scenario other than injury where you can't sit Woods.
But I've been wondering since yesterday why Mickelson, who has admitted being tired and ready to shut down for the year, is playing more than one match a day?
From Lehman's post-morning play press chat:
Q. There was some speculation that Tiger may not play in foursomes because he was quite poor this morning. Was that ever on the agenda?
CAPTAIN TOM LEHMAN: I don't know how you can ever sit down the best player in the world. I think we had to go with the guys who are playing the very best. Vaughn Taylor is a great, great putter, and in this format he should be really good.