Stenson, Rose earn Europe's first point

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CHASKA, Minn. (AP) The Latest on the Ryder Cup (all times local):

Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose turned the tables on Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed in the opening match of afternoon four balls, earning Europe's first point of the matches.

Stenson made birdie to win the par-3 13th and Rose sealed the 5 and 4 victory with a birdie at 14. The win by the Olympic medal-winning Europeans - Rose took gold in Rio; Stenson grabbed the silver - avenged their loss to the American pair in morning foursomes.

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