Presidents Cup day-three snapshot
What went down on day three of the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
A stunning fightback from Marc Leishman and Abraham Ancer has helped the Internationals to a final-day Presidents Cup lead over the USA at Royal Melbourne.
Tiger Woods’ faith in Patrick Reed has backfired spectacularly with the unpopular American losing his third-straight Presidents Cup match at Royal Melbourne.
The Internationals will carry a two-point Presidents Cup lead over the USA into Sunday’s decisive 12 singles matches at Royal Melbourne.
Australian Cameron Smith says he’s not sure why he had been shouldered by American Patrick Reed during the Presidents Cup golf, feeling he’d done nothing wrong.
The Internationals lead the USA entering the weekend for the first time at a Presidents Cup since 2005 after splitting Friday’s foursomes at Royal Melbourne.
What went down on day one of the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
American Patrick Reed and Australian golfer Cameron Smith reportedly collided as their verbal stoush turned physical during the Presidents Cup.
Adam Scott has overcome a nervy start to nail five birdies and help the Internationals get off to bright start on day one of the Presidents Cup.
The Internationals have made a mockery of their underdog status by taking a 4-1 lead over the star-studded USA on day one of the Presidents Cup.
Ex-Masters champion and world No.1 Fred Couples has lauded Tiger Woods for his transformation from selfish golfer to the ultimate Presidents Cup captain.
USA playing captain Tiger Woods will team with Justin Thomas against Marc Leishman and Joaquin Niemann in the opening match of the Presidents Cup on Thursday.
Australian Cameron Smith says his criticism of US Presidents Cup golfer Patrick Reed after his cheating scandal appears to have cost him their friendship.
Tiger Woods’ Team USA are taking the Internationals so seriously that they have whacked a Presidents Cup booze ban on themselves.
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