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Golf | Presidents Cup

'Putting kings will be Presidents champions'
Jack Nicklaus concedes he was in a less-than-generous mood when he designed the course being used for the Presidents Cup in South Korea but is happy with recent changes to the greens. Read full article
Leishman squirms, Fowler drools over Korean food
Presidents Cup players have enjoyed some traditional Korean cuisine this week, but Aussie Marc Leishman revealed some of the dishes hadn't been to everyone's taste. Read full article
Spieth fired up to bust out with DJ
Jordan Spieth said on Wednesday he was excited at the prospect of starting his Presidents Cup campaign for the US in the foursomes alongside big-hitting Dustin Johnson. Read full article
Spieth versus Day 'may happen'
Jack Nicklaus said on Wednesday that he would like nothing better than to see Jordan Spieth battle Jason Day in Sunday's Presidents Cup singles on the course that bears his name. Read full article
'Results not benchmark for Presidents success'
Tim Finchem is confident the Presidents Cup has a bright future despite the overwhelming dominance of the United States over the years and said bringing the event to South Korea was a milestone. Read full article
Spieth, Johnson paired for Presidents Cup foursomes
Danny Lee and Marc Leishman received the golfing equivalent of a 'hospital pass' on Wednesday after the international duo were served up to America's world No 1 Jordan Spieth and big-hitting Dustin Johnson Read full article
Players happy with phone-snappy fans
A clutch of the world's best golfers are playing to a different beat at the first Presidents Cup in Asia this week -- the constant drone of cameras clicking and phones ringing. Read full article
US captain defends Mickelson pick
Jay Haas on Tuesday backed his decision to give a Presidents Cup captain's pick to veteran Phil Mickelson, saying the five-time Major winner offered something "intangible" to his US team. Read full article
Price eyes more competitive Cup
International captain Nick Price predicted a wonderful week of entertaining golf for fans at the Presidents Cup on Tuesday, but after a decade of demoralising defeats he would surely settle for winning ugly. Read full article
Holmes to replace ailing Furyk
JB Holmes will replace the injured Jim Furyk on the US Presidents Cup team for next week's matches in South Korea. Read full article
Furyk uncertain for Presidents Cup
The US team's preparations for next week's Presidents Cup have suffered a setback with the news that Jim Furyk's wrist injury is still causing. Read full article
Asia set for massive Cup boost
India's Anirban Lahiri has already enjoyed a career-best year at the highest level and is now itching to make his debut at the Presidents Cup next week. Read full article
Bae back in Korea for Presidents Cup
Bae Sang-moon arrived home on Wednesday ahead of next week's Presidents Cup and the golfer told reporters he was keen to play a big role in the event before he downs clubs and picks up a rifle. Read full article
Top players look forward to clash
Now that the Tour Championship and FedExCup playoffs are finished, many of golf's top players are looking ahead to the next big event – the President's Cup. Read full article
Phil, Haas, Bowditch, Bae picked for Cup
Jay Haas sprang something of a surprise in opting for experience while Nick Price banked on form and 'home' advantage when they announced their captain's picks on Tuesday for next month's Presidents Cup. Read full article
‘Cup spots a boost for Asia’
The automatic International Team spots that Thai stalwart Thongchai Jaidee and rising Indian Anirban Lahiri have earned for the Presidents Cup will boost Asian golf. Read full article
Lee grabs International Presidents Cup berth
New Zealander Danny Lee scraped into the International team for the Presidents Cup despite a poor final round at the Deutsche Bank Championship on Monday. Read full article
PGA overhauls Presidents Cup format
The PGA Tour announced an overhaul for the format of the Presidents Cup on Monday, bowing to calls to reduce the total number of points on offer. Read full article
Price wants a Korean player on merit
South Korea will host the Presidents Cup in October and International captain Nick Price says he would dearly love to have a golfer from that country on his 12-man team, as long as that player gets in on merit. Read full article
Price hopes Bae comes good
Bae Sang-moon's form plunged after South Korea's military ordered him to fulfil his national service obligations, but Nick Price hopes he can turn it around in time for the Presidents Cup. Read full article
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