Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson's comeback win keeps USA ahead of the Internationals in the Presidents Cup.
Capsules of Saturday's matches at the Presidents Cup:
The Presidents Cup is headed back to Australia for the third time in 2019.
Back Down Under for the Presidents Cup, awarded to Melbourne for 2019
Melbourne has been selected to host the Presidents Cup team golf event in 2019, PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem announced on Saturday.
It has been a day of great escapes and blown opportunities for the Internationals so far at the Presidents Cup on Saturday as they split the morning foursomes to remain a point behind the United States going into the afternoon four-balls.
Jordan Spieth made 7-foot putts on the final two holes to complete the biggest comeback all week and allow the Americans to escape with a split of the foursomes matches Saturday morning in the Presidents Cup.
Bae Sang-moon made a dynamic debut at home in Incheon, South Korea, in his first Presidents Cup, making a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to win a crucial fourball match.
Spieth, Johnson rally on back 9 as foursomes matches halved, US leads by 1
Sandra Gal says she would definitely change a few rules.
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Bae Sang-moon delivered the biggest moment of his career. Phil Mickelson made a rookie mistake. All that really mattered Friday in the Presidents Cup was that the International team was back in business.
Bernhard Langer shot a 7-under 65 in windy conditions Friday to take a two-stroke lead in the Champions Tour's SAS Championship.
Bernhard Langer shoots 7-under 65 to take 2-shot lead in SAS Championship
England's Matthew Fitzpatrick is joint leader with Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen after the second round of the British Masters.
The International team win three of Friday's four-balls to cut the USA's lead in the Presidents Cup.
Tournament host Ian Poulter is confident of mounting a title charge at the British Masters over the weekend despite having to endure "a smash around the head with a wet salmon" on Friday.
Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen joined England's Matthew Fitzpatrick at the top of the British Masters leaderboard on Friday after both reached a 9-under total of 133 at the halfway stage.
Matthew Fitzpatrick, the youngest man in the field, again showed he could mix it with the European Tour's elite by ending the second round of the British Masters in a tie for the lead with Soren Kjeldsen on Friday.