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At The Turn: Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed on course for third win

American rookies Jordan Spieth and Patrick continue their fine form by moving 1 UP at the turn against Justin Rose and Martin Kaymer.

American rookies Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth are on course to record their third straight win after moving one shot ahead of Justin Rose and Martin Kaymer after nine holes.

Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth of the United States look on from the 4th green during the Morning Fourballs of the 2014 Ryder Cup on the PGA Centenary course at Gleneagles on September 27, 2014© Getty Images

After Rose and Kaymer had got themselves into the lead after three holes, the American duo hit back when Kaymer missed a par putt on the fourth green.

The fifth was shared but a bogey at six from Rose and Kaymer allowed the young twosome to move in front and they extended that when Spieth made birdie at seven.

Reed missed a putt for the three-shot lead on the eighth, but a stellar approach from Spieth on the ninth gave him the chance of a birdie.

However, after Rose had guaranteed a half for Europe, Reed missed the left-hand side of the cup to allow the hosts to pull a shot back at the turn.

You can keep track of the back nine by following Sports Mole's live text commentary.

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