Play was halted around 7:15 p.m. Eastern time with four matches yet to be decided on Friday at the Presidents Cup.
Of the two matches that were decided (coincidentally the first two) both the US Team and International Team took one point which left the overall score at 4.5 to 3.5 in favor of the Americans.
Here's a recap of the six matches.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley defeat Jason Day and
After the match Mickelson reminded everyone about how much he likes playing with Bradley.
"He brings out the best golf in me."
The drama from them all day was just spectacular:
Brendon de Jonge and Ernie Els defeat Hunter Mahan and Bill Haas 4UP -- Mahan and Haas could only muster two birdies throughout the match and I'm not sure de Jonge has missed a putt in the last 36 hours.
Shane Bacon eloquently put it this way:
To explain how good de Jonge has played, Ernie close to being 2-0-0 with a putting stroke that looks like a flamingo threw up its dinner.— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) October 4, 2013
Steve Stricker and Jordan Spieth currently 3UP with four to play on Richard Sterne and
They could muster only three birdies and three bogeys through during their match but got some momentum at the end of the day as Leishman and Cabrera bogeyed their last hole to give back a hole and maintain just a 1UP lead.
Matt Kuchar and Tiger Woods currently 3UP with six to play on Louis Oosthuizen and
Things got so bad for Oosthuizen and Schwartzel that they somehow lost a hole to end the day in which Kuchar purposely chipped a ball into the sand for Woods to hit out and make bogey.
I expect Kuchar and Woods to end this early on Saturday.
They struggled to score and made just one birdie through the first 11 holes against a formidable International side.
The problem for the US team is that half of Scott and Matsuyama's points came on pars, something the US will have to correct if they want to jump back in the mix on Saturday.
Play will resume at 7:35 a.m. Eastern on Saturday morning on Golf Channel and will flip to NBC at 8 a.m. There will be an hour break between the conclusion of the second day matches and the beginning of the third day matches.