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Golf | Presidents Cup

Internationals face foursomes test
International golfers faced a familiar hurdle, the alternate-shot foursomes format, as the Presidents Cup began on Friday and their trophy hopes could depend on how well they answer the challenge. Read full article
Squirrel, high fives give Tiger more trouble than foes
Top-ranked Tiger Woods had a tougher time with a squirrel and a handslap routine swiped from a 1990s television show than anything Presidents Cup rivals offered in Thursday's four-ball matches. Read full article
Delaet has a day to remember
The intense pressure of the Presidents Cup does funny things to professional golfers, as Graham DeLaet discovered during a roller-coaster round on Thursday. Read full article
Stricker helps Spieth overcomes nerves
Jordan Spieth had some nervy moments in his Presidents Cup debut but his US teammate Steve Stricker's calming influence helped guide the pair to a victory over Ernie Els and Brendon De Jonge on Thursday. Read full article
South Africans help spark fightback
South African major winners Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel began the Presidents Cup wearing silly wigs to cover up bad haircuts and ended Thursday's four-ball matches with the last laugh. Read full article
US lead Internationals by a point at Cup
The United States needed a par on the final hole to retain the overall lead over the Internationals on the first day of the Presidents Cup after almost throwing away a commanding advantage. Read full article
Language no barrier for good play
Adam Scott and Japan's Hideki Matsuyama may have a language barrier between them but the Australian is confident that the duo can win points together for the Internationals at this week's Presidents Cup. Read full article
Mickelson takes great pride in Presidents Cup longevity
Phil Mickelson has achieved plenty of success but on Wednesday the five-time major winner said his status as the only golfer to play in every Presidents Cup is among those that he takes the most pride in. Read full article
Price banks on fast start after fourball concession
Not much has gone right for the Internationals at the Presidents Cup over the last decade but their new captain Nick Price is aiming to change that. Read full article
Woods with Kuchar, Louis joins Charl
Tiger Woods will link up with his 19th different partner in team play for the United States after being paired with Matt Kuchar for Thursday's opening fourballs at the Presidents Cup. Read full article
Spieth fires ace on eve of Presidents Cup debut
Jordan Spieth, a 20-year-old showing no sign of nerves on the eve of his United States debut, fired a hole-in-one Wednesday in his final Presidents Cup practice round. Read full article
‘There's no hiding at Presidents Cup’
Presidents Cup host Jack Nicklaus says he prefers the golf team event's format to that of the Ryder Cup because more matches mean there is nowhere for players to hide. Read full article
Els and his legacy help unify squad
Ernie Els looks at an Internationals Presidents Cup squad with five South Africans and marvels at the living legacy his foundation has given golf and his homeland. Read full article
Price unites global talent
Internationals captain Nick Price would not say this week's Presidents Cup against the Americans is a must-win situation, but says his team must at least make a fight of it. Read full article
Severe cut for Oosthuizen, Schwartzel
Good friends Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel can only hope that their matchplay strategy works out a lot better for the Internationals than their hairstyle plans at this week's Presidents Cup. Read full article
Els plays down importance of a rare win
Ernie Els has seen it all at the Presidents Cup, the highs and lows and even a tie in 2003, but the wins have been all too rare for the veteran International player. Read full article
Tiger bonds with usual foes
Top-ranked Tiger Woods has found camaraderie on the US Presidents Cup squad, the 14-time major champion bonding over jokes from and about his teammates as he ponders playing partners. Read full article
'Cup needs to be very competitive'
Nick Price was reluctant to describe this week's Presidents Cup as a 'must-win' for his International team but he knows how important it is for United States dominance to be broken in the biennial competition. Read full article
Johnson 'fine' despite flu scare
Zach Johnson joined up with his United States teammates ahead of this week's Presidents Cup despite suffering from the flu for the past three days, United States captain Fred Couples said on Tuesday. Read full article
Young stars set for Cup debuts
Hideki Matsuyama and American Jordan Spieth, young stars set for Presidents Cup debuts, practiced on Monday at Muirfield Village as US and International teams arrived for the biennial golf showdown. Read full article
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