Day 2 of the Duel Outside of Dublin

Weak performances by Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods helped Team USA endure another difficult day at the Ryder Cup. Europe has expanded its lead to 7 1/2 to 4 1/2.

Woods has been plagued by uncharacteristic poor play. After 36 holes, he has made only three birdies.

Mickelson has faired even worse. He has managed only two birdies in 36 holes.

Making things worse were the drenching rains. The Palmer course was soggy and persistent rains have soaked the area.

The only bright spot on Day Two for TEAM USA was rookie, Zach Johnson. He had a solid performance Friday. Saturday, however, he put forth the best American effort with 7 birdies including 5 in the first 10 holes. Johnson is currently 17th on the money list with $2,253, 366 in 2006. He is one of four rookies on the USA Ryder Cup team.

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