1. Tiger Woods vs. Sergio Garcia -
2. Jim Furyk vs. Luke Donald -
3. Phil Mickelson vs. Henrik Stenson -
4. David Toms vs. David Howell - Howell - Being a Howell fan proved to be correct.
5. Chris DiMarco vs. Colin Montgomerie - Montgomerie - If you combine Monty's singles record with Garcia's teamplay record, you would just about have the perfect Ryder Cup man.
6. Chad Campbell vs. Padraig Harrington -
7. Stewart Cink vs. Jose Maria Olazabal - Cink - Ollie collected 1/2 of a point more than Cink, but I'm still saying I was right here for two reasons. Olazabal's points were largely influenced by Garcia. Cink's win in Sunday's singles was quite impressive.
8. Scott Verplank vs. Darren Clarke -
9. Zach Johnson vs. Paul Casey - Casey - I look forward to seeing if Casey's match play prowess of late translates back to stroke play as the regular season continues. 10. Vaughn Taylor vs. Robert Karlsson - Karlsson - Karlsson had the dubious privilege of playing against Tiger on Sunday marring his rookie Ryder Cup record.
11. J. J. Henry vs. Lee Westwood -
12. Brett Wetterich vs. Paul McGinley - McGinley - Well, McGinley didn't do that great, but he did do better than Wetterich