USA. play almost the entire weekend in the Presidents’ Cup. Tiger Woods, with partner Justin Thomas, gave the seven defending champions a 1-0 lead over Melbourne just to watch the international side take on the next four games.
An American rally on Saturday in Australia made a complete comeback with the competition moving to singles play on Sunday (Melbourne time).
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Once again, Woods will try to get the USA. in a quick start as it leads from one-on-one matchups.
The Internationals last won the Presidents Cup in 1998. Captain Ernie Els’ side are well placed to end this drought on a chilly day Down Under.
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The US team follows the international team 10-8 through a three-day competition. Twelve points are for points during the singles game on Saturday to decide the tournament. Follow below.
Tiger Woods vs. Abraham Ancer
Woods seeks not only to boost his team, but also to break a tie with Phil Mickelson for the biggest Presidents Cup trophy.
President Cup Day 4 results singles
Time / Result Matching
6:02 pm ET
Tiger Woods (USA) vs. Abraham Ancer (INT)
6:13 pm ET
Tony Finau (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama (INT)
6:24 pm ET
Patrick Reed (USA) vs. C.T. Pan (INT)
6:35 pm ET
Dustin Johnson (USA) vs. Haotong Li (INT)
6:46 pm ET
Bryson DeChambeau (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin (INT)
6:57 pm ET
Gary Woodland (USA) vs. Sungjae Im (INT)
7:08 pm ET
Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Joaquin Nieman (INT)
7:19 pm ET
Xander Schauffele (USA) vs. Adam Scott (INT)
7:30 pm ET
Byeong Hun An (INT) vs. Webb Simpson (USA)
7:41 pm ET
Justin Thomas (USA) vs. Cameron Smith (INT)
7:52 pm ET
Matt Kuchar (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen (INT)
8:03 pm ET
Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman (INT)