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Tiger's amazing play, the Internationals' young foundation, and the end to the notion that the Americans don't care about the biennial event
Woods did not forget that Abraham Ancer said he'd "like to play" him in Sunday singles last month.
Tiger Woods' Presidents Cup captaincy was like nothing we've seen before, and yet it ended in an awfully familiar way
A lot had to go right for the U.S. to win the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne, including Tiger Woods' captaincy and playing contributions and Fred Couples' calming effect
The Americans' Sunday charge began with a Tiger Woods win and culminated with Matt Kuchar providing the Presidents Cup's winning putt in a 16-14 U.S. victory
Rookie Xander Schauffele snagged a crucial Sunday singles point when he beat Adam Scott, capping a 3-2 week at Royal Melbourne
Presidents Cup 2019: Ernie Els laments inability of team to deliver a 'knock-out blow,' but comes away encouraged
The International team was looking at possibly a 9-1 lead at one point, but when it failed to materialize, captain Ernie Els saw a momentum shift that eventually doomed its Presidents Cup bid
It will be hard to think that Patrick Reed will look back at the 2019 Presidents Cup fondly, but a Sunday singles win will give him something to be proud of
Presidents Cup 2019: Tiger Woods pulls all-time boss move by removing hat as his winning putt dropped
Tiger Woods capped a spectacular week on the course with a fantastic finish in his Sunday singles match at Royal Melbourne.
Can the United States complete its comeback or will the Internationals pull off the upset? Follow the final day of the 2019 Presidents Cup with the Golf Digest live blog.
According to the New England head coach, Rob Gronkowski fell asleep during the Patriots' pre-draft visit, which isn't all that surprising.
Presidents Cup 2019 odds: Our nine favorite bets, along with bold predictions for every Sunday singles match
Presidents Cup 2019: A relentlessly optimistic Ernie Els embraces the opportunity heading into Sunday
A losing session Saturday does little to dampen the International captain's spirits.
Multiple momentum swings still result in Internationals claiming first lead headed into Sunday since 2003.
The two captains disagree on crowd behavior.
Tiger Woods sat both session on Sunday at the Presidents Cup and will face Abraham Ancer in singles.
If the U.S. can pull out a victory on Sunday at the Presidents Cup, they'll have Justin Thomas to thank for keeping them within reach of the Internationals
The first Mexican to play in the Presidents Cup has more than proved his mettle at Royal Melbourne, upping his record to 3-0-1
The U.S. trailed by four points after the morning four-ball matches, but rallied in the afternoon foursome matches and will enter singles down only two in the Presidents Cup
Kessler Karain was involved in an altercation with a fan after Reed's match during Saturday's four-ball session at Royal Melbourne