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Golf | Presidents Cup

Language no barrier for Matsuyama
Hideki Matsuyama's English still isn't great, but when it comes to communicating with his International Presidents Cup teammates he hopes winning translates into any language. Read full article
Mickelson proud of longevity
It is difficult to decide whether it is more impressive that Phil Mickelson has played every Presidents Cup or that he has only once been on a losing US team. Read full article
‘Hodgepodge’ Internationals set for Cup
International team captain Nick Price is hopeful his "hodgepodge" team of players from around the world can gel this week and inflict a rare defeat on the United States in the Presidents Cup. Read full article
‘No anthem protest from US Cup team’
The United States team at this week's Presidents Cup will not protest during the national anthem, captain Steve Stricker said. Read full article
Johnstone hopes golf will be the focus
The Presidents Cup golf matches tee off in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty on Thursday amid a backlash against US President Donald Trump's criticism of social protests in sport. Read full article
Internationals facing underdog role
The International team has little choice but to embrace the role of underdog as it takes on a formidable United States side at the Presidents Cup starting on Thursday. Read full article
Fowler expects Big Apple to energise Cup
The Presidents Cup has never quite roused the passion of golf's Ryder Cup, but Rickie Fowler thinks this might change when the biennial event between US and International teams hits the Big Apple this week. Read full article
Ogilvy hopes success rubs off on team
Geoff Ogilvy, perhaps more than any other golfer, is the man who stopped Phil Mickelson from completing a career grand slam, and now he hopes to help derail the entire American team at the Presidents Cup. Read full article
Mickelson back for Presidents Cup
Phil Mickelson will maintain his record of being the only player in history to take part in all 12 Presidents Cups after being chosen as a captain's pick by US skipper Steve Stricker on Wednesday. Read full article
Johnson, Matsuyama to spearhead US
Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama will spearhead the United States and International team line-ups at the Presidents Cup later this month. Read full article
Hadwin, Chappell secure Presidents Cup berths
Canadian Adam Hadwin clinched the final automatic spot on the International team for this month's Presidents Cup in New Jersey, while Kevin Chappell secured the last berth on the United States side. Read full article
Presidents Cup returns to Royal Melbourne in 2019
The Presidents Cup will return to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in 2019 with the Sandbelt course hosting the international team competition for the third time in the 25-year history of the biennial event. Read full article
Woods named an assistant captain
Tiger Woods, who plans to make his PGA Tour return next week after more than a year on the sidelines, has been appointed as one of three vice-captains to Steve Stricker for next year's Presidents Cup. Read full article
Price, Stricker named 2017 captains
Zimbabwe's Nick Price will return as International team captain at the 2017 Presidents Cup while Steve Stricker was named the US team captain, the PGA Tour said on Tuesday. Read full article
'Asia's Presidents Cup was roaring success'
The first Presidents Cup in Asia was an outstanding success and should come back to the continent in the future, according to winning US captain Jay Haas. Read full article
US win gives Spieth relief after loss
For a fleeting moment on Sunday, Jordan Spieth's head was filled with guilt. The hottest golfer in the world was convinced he had just lost the Presidents Cup for the United States. Read full article
Presidents Cup gets kiss of life
After a decade of US dominance, the Presidents Cup arrived in South Korea needing a competitive week to regain its relevance and fire up an International team that had begun to dread the biennial thrashing. Read full article
Mickelson repays captain for pick
Phil Mickelson may have been a controversial choice for the United States' Presidential Cup team but the veteran American more than repaid the faith shown in him. Read full article
Sleepless nights await Lahiri
Anirban Lahiri had hoped for a chance at redemption on the final day of the President's Cup but when it eventually came, on the final hole of a pivotal singles tie against Chris Kirk, the rookie crumbled. Read full article
United States win Presidents Cup
Bill Haas claimed the crucial final point at the Presidents Cup on Sunday, as the United States beat the Internationals 15.5 to 14.5 to clinch the team golf event for the ninth time in 11 editions. Read full article
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