KILLENARD, Ireland, Sept. 28 (UPI) -- The European Tour's Seve Trophy tournament between Continental Europe and Great Britain & Ireland at Killenard, Ireland, was tied, 5-5, after two days.
The tie was created when the Great Britain & Ireland team captured three of Friday's final four four-ball matches.
Continental's Raphael Jacquelin and Gregory Havret of France beat England's Paul Casey and Simon Dyson, 4 and 3, Robert Karlsson and Peter Hanson of Sweden beat Scotland's Colin Montgomerie and Mark Warren, 3 and 1, and Austria's Markus Brier and Mikko Illonen of Finland topped England's Justin Rose and Oliver Wilson, 3 and 2.
Great Britain & Ireland got its fifth victory when Bradley Dredge and Phillip Archer downed Spain's Miguel Angel Jiminez and Gonzalo Fernandes, 2 and 1, while England's Nick Dougherty and Graeme Storm beat Sweden's Thomas Bjorn and Denmark's Soren Hanson, 3 and 2.
"I haven't played team golf since 1999," Havret said. "It's been great fun and especially good to play well."