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Walker Cup: Great Britain and Ireland pegged back in foursomes
Amazing Britain and Ireland were Not Able to claim an early Benefit as they looked to Recover the Walker Cup from the United States at Royal Liverpool.
England's Alex Fitzpatrick and Ireland's Conor Purcell led from the front in defeating John Augenstein, the opening foursomes along with Andy Ogletree 2 & 1.
And even though the English set of Harry Hall and Conor Gough conquer Stewart Hagestad and Akshay Bhatia by Precisely the Same score, beats for Scotland's Euan Walker along with Sandy Scott and England's Tom Sloman and Thomas Plumb abandoned the game score at 2-2 ahead of eight afternoon singles matches.
Purcell and fitzpatrick raced four up after eight holes and were still ahead by exactly the exact same margin with six to play , but lost the 13th then bogeyed the 15th to see their cut.
However, Purcell's superb pitch about the setup a birdie and success was secured using a level on the following.
"We knew that it was likely to become a significant match and it was fine to have a point on the board for the rest of the boys to see," said Fitzpatrick, whose older brother Matt, the five-time European Tour winner and Ryder Cup participant, was among a sizeable crowd.
"They were always going to return at us at a point but we had been playing fantastic golf day and were equally confident in one another's abilities."
As for the presence of his brother,'' Fitzpatrick added:"I watched him slip under the ropes on a few of those temptations and I was tempted to go and let him get back together with everyone else but I still let him off with this one."
opponents John Pak along with also Isaiah Salinda making one birdie in their way to a 2 & 1 defeat, walker and Scott held an early lead thanks to a birdie on the fourth but lost four of the six holes.
Gough and hall weren't behind to Bhatia and Hagestad, before losing on the 17th, while Plumb and Sloman fought hard.
Watch day one highlights of the Walker Cup at 11.30pm Saturday on Sky Sports Golf
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