Tiger Woods conceded that moving his end-of-year World Challenge tournament from southern California to central Florida made sense, albeit with some emotions.
For the first time in three years, tournament host Tiger Woods will play beside a different partner when the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge begins Thursday -- plus complete tee times.
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Deep in the video archives at the Jim McLean Junior Academy lies practice-range footage of Brad Dalke, circa 2007. He wears oversized shoes, tan golf slacks and a loose-fitting polo shirt, and he chokes the life out of an iron.
The U.S. kept its opponents without a lead in 11 Presidents Cup matches, while the Internationals did so just three times; plus more in our PGA Tour notes.
Scores, player records and daily results from the U.S.' win in the 2013 Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio.
Sunday morning will see the conclusion of Saturday-afternoon four ball matches at the Presidents Cup, with singles matches set to begin right behind as the U.S. looks to build on its five-point lead.
With the U.S. leading the Presidents Cup, 14-8, after a dominating morning on Sunday, here is a look at the singles pairings that will conclude the competition.
The Internationals pretty much need to have everything fall right if they are to make the uphill climb and overcome a five-point deficit to win their second Presidents Cup.
Zach Johnson and Jason Dufner flipped the opening match of the afternoon -- the only one to be played to completion -- and suddenly, the U.S. has opened up a five-point advantage heading into Sunday.
After taking a one-point lead after Thursday's four-ball matches at the Presidents Cup, the U.S. kept the same advantage after Friday's weather-shortened foursomes session, which saw just two matches finish. That will make for a long day Saturday at Muirfield Village. Follow now!
U.S. captain Fred Couples and International captain Nick Price announced their four-ball pairings for Saturday at the Presidents Cup.
At this year's Presidents Cup, the Washington Generals of this matchup, the Internationals, are giving its Harlem Globetrotters, the U.S., a pretty good run so far.
Mother Nature is making it just a little difficult for the Presidents Cup with rain forcing postponements the first two days and now four of the six second days foursomes matches will continue into Saturday’s third day of matches.
After the Americans took the lead in every four-ball match early on Thursday, the Internationals were able to rally after a weather delay to end the opening day of the Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village just one point back. They remain one point back after Friday's weather-shortened foursomes session.
Brendon De Jonge continued his strong play from the opener while Ernie Els stepped his game up – and the Internationals earned a 4 and 3 victory as their U.S. opponents turned in a lackluster round.
Internationals Adam Scott and Hideki Matsuyama rally late to salvage a half point from Americans Bill Haas and Webb Simpson. Maysuyama, making his Presidents Cup debut, biridied two of his last three holes to help secure the half point.
Phil Mickelson went with 13 clubs Thursday at the Presidents Cup, then struggled in his opening match.
Tiger Woods sat in a cart with a squirrel, Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel walked onto the first tee wearing wigs, Fred Couples was given cupcakes for his birthday: Welcome to Day 1 at the Presidents Cup.