Team United State Work completes by winning the fourteenth edition of Presidents Cup with the end result 17.5 to 12.5. on me Route par 71 of the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte (North Carolina, United States) team led by Davis Love III He runs the clear advantage gained in the first three days over Team World in the last round, in which the singles match was played.
Despite the stiff resistance shown by primarily Asian golfers, the team led by Trevor Immelman I had to give up, and postpone the date with the success that has been missing since 1998. At the beginning of the day, the sharp came Yes Woo Kim Against 1UP on owner Justin Thomas who cheated Team World. victories Jordan Spieth for 4 & 3 on Cameron Davis, and by Patrick Cantlay on 3 & 2 on Adam Scott, then re-established the hierarchies that paved the way for American success.
The stellar performances by Sebastian Munoz, Songjay M, and KH Lee didn’t help, they were only useful for smoothing out the defeat. The Colombian also brilliantly folded number one in the golf world rankings Scotty Scheffler. So, for the United States, comes the twelfth victory out of fourteen editions. Team World’s only success, as mentioned, dates back to 1998, when Peter Thompson’s team triumphed in Melbourne with a score of 20.5 to 11.5. On one occasion, the Presidents Cup ended completely evenly, namely in 2003 in George (South Africa).
Match results are played on the fourth day
Yes Woo Kim (KOR) b. Justin Thomas 1UP
Jordan Spieth b. Cameron Davis (Australia) 4th and 3rd
Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) – Sam Burns equalizer
Patrick Cantlay b. Adam Scott (Australia)
Sebastian Munoz (Colonel) b. Scotty Scheffler 2 & 1
Tony Finno b. Taylor Pendrith (Canada) 3 & 1
Xander Shaveli b. Cory Conners (Canada) 1UP
Sungjae Im (KOR) b. Cameron Young 1UP
KH. Lee (Korea) b. Bill Horschel 3 and 1
Max Homa b. Joo-Hyung Kim 1UP
Colin Morikawa b. Mito Pereira (CHI) 3 and 2
Christian Bezuidenhout (RSA) b. Kevin Kesner 2 & 1
Photo: La Presse
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