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US leads Presidents Cup as Kim gives Internationals a spark

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Tom Kim, a young talent with a massive personality, delivered the first big moment for the International team. Kim gave his team a spark with a 55-foot eagle putt after driving the 11th green. He took a few steps back as the ball neared the hole, dropped his putter and slammed his cap to the ground.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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Scrappy Internationals stun U.S. to leave Presidents Cup up for grabs

The underdog Internationals bared their teeth on Saturday, outplaying the United States in a marathon day of golf to leave American fans stunned and the Presidents Cup suddenly up for grabs.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Presidents Cup 2022 Sunday singles matches, tee times as U.S. leads Internationals, 11-7

Check out the 2022 Presidents Cup Sunday singles matches for both the Americans and Internationals at Quail Hollow.

2 months ago·United States
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US leads Presidents Cup as Kim gives Internationals a spark

The Americans have what otherwise would look to be a commanding lead in the Presidents Cup. They are up 11-7 with only 12 singles matches to play at Quail Hollow.

2 months ago·United States
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For International team, tie feels like win in Presidents Cup

The International team didn't lose any ground in the Presidents Cup

2 months ago·United States
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Golf-Battling Internationals split foursomes with U.S.

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2 months ago·Malaysia
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For International team, tie feels like win in Presidents Cup - Local News 8

By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf WriterCHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The International team didn’t lose any ground in the Presidents Cup. That felt like a win. The foursomes session Saturday morning was a draw. The Americans won the opening match and anchor match. The International team won the two matches in between. But the tie was only good for International morale. The Americans now have a 10-4 lead going into four matches of fourballs in the afternoon. Ea…

2 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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