Buzz really starting to build up now.
Trying to focus on the team and forget about Faldo.
Jesus, he's such an embarrasment. Every time he opens his gob trying to funny and wacky he comes across a really creepy Uncle. He actually reminds me of Pat Kenny!
But feck him, who are the foursomes going to be?
From the BBC!
Faldo was pictured with a piece of paper with some of his team's initials on, which he joked was the lunch list.
But he later revealed they were Thursday's practice pairings.
"OK, I've been caught - I learned a lesson," he said. "You now know the pairings and we are going to play foursomes on the front nine."
Faldo's note paired Sergio Garcia with Lee Westwood, and Padraig Harrington with Robert Karlsson.
Underneath them were the initials of Justin Rose, Ian Poulter, Graeme McDowell and Paul Casey, then on the next line Oliver Wilson, Soren Hansen and Miguel Angel Jimenez. Henrik Stenson's name was missing.
In another photo, Stenson's name appeared on its own underneath Harrington and Karlsson, with Casey's name absent.
Meanwhile, video footage showed an entirely different line-up, with Westwood and Hansen together, Garcia with fellow Spaniard Jimenez, and Harrington with McDowell.
Faldo first addressed the issue in a light-hearted manner, saying the note was "sandwich requests for the guys, just making sure who wants the tuna, who wants the beef, who wants the ham."
When pressed further on the issue, he said: "I haven't put numbers next to them yet, have I? We don't know what order they're going out in, so I'm safe.
"And that was on the seventh tee. If the photographer was on the 13th or 14th it all changed, so it's all different now."
But when he was asked about it again, Faldo, who became increasingly irritated during an uncomfortable news conference, finally explained the notes referred to Thursday's practice pairings.
BBC Radio 5 Live correspondent Iain Carter, who attended the news conference, said it was the first sign of cracks in Faldo's captaincy.
"Faldo struggled to keep his composure after his initial joke that the list was the players' lunch requirements had frankly fallen flat.
"His attempts to dissolve the significance of the footage coming to light were far from convincing.
"This, for the first time, is a sign that the Europe captain is feeling the pressure. Will it have an effect on the match? Probably not, but the inevitable critical headlines certainly don't help."
Meanwhile, American captain Paul Azinger says he has already decided who he will send out for Friday morning's foursomes and the afternoon's fourballs.
Since the same three groups were sent out for practice together again on Wednesday, the pairings are starting to emerge.
Kentucky pair Kenny Perry and JB Holmes played with Jim Furyk and Boo Weekley, while Stewart Cink and Steve Stricker took on Ben Curtis and Chad Campbell.
Three-time major winner Phil Mickelson and Anthony Kim then teamed up with Hunter Mahan and Justin Leonard.