Now we have ourselves a ballgame in South Korea. The Internationals, desperate after losing Day 1 of the Presidents Cup to the U.S. by a 4-1 count, made a strong comeback in the Friday session of five fourball (best ball) matches, cutting...Show More Summary
A lot of folks were confused when Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson somehow managed to lose the seventh hole twice during their Friday fourballs (best ball) match against Jason Day and Adam Scott at the Presidents Cup. So, let's put it...Show More Summary
With his match just minutes away, Bubba's biggest weapon breaks in two on the driving range at the Presidents Cup. Maybe the biggest weapon in all of golf is the driver of Bubba Watson, so that's not a good sight when he's due on the first tee for the USA team in about 10 minutes. Show More Summary
Team match play! Trash talk! Primetime golf! This Presidents Cup may be worth watching now and we're in for an interminable double session Day 3 in Korea. The Presidents Cup is actually a competition now. The International side got up off the mat on Day 2 and cut into a 3-point deficit by winning Friday's four-ball session. Show More Summary
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.
We got a competitive score, some rules drama, and a little bit of taunting to put some juice into the Presidents Cup at the start of Saturday's double session. There's some new life in the Presidents Cup thanks to the Internationals stepping up on Day 2 and Phil Mickelson doing Phil Mickelson things to stir up the fans and his opponent. Show More Summary
The Internationals will try to build on the momentum of Friday’s successful foursomes session at the Presidents Cup when captain Nick Price sends his South African power duo of Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace out first in Saturday morning’s foursomes. On the mat after Thursday’s overall drubbing, Jason Day & Co. Show More Summary
The International team win three of Friday's four-balls to cut the USA's lead in the Presidents Cup.
Team match play! Trash talk! Primetime golf! This Presidents Cup may be worth watching now. The Presidents Cup is actually a competition now. The International side got up off the mat on Day 2 and cut into a 3-point deficit by winning Friday's four-ball session. Show More Summary
Phil Mickelson's controversial gaffe at the President's Cup was dumber than you think
If you follow golf and have woken up on this Friday, chances are you’ve heard about the bizarre Phil Mickelson ball gaffe that (...)
Team rallies to cut U.S. lead after Day 2 in South Korea.
An obscure penalty clause, tucked away in the farthest depths of golf's rulebook, took center stage at the Presidents Cup on Friday after Phil Mickelson changed the type of ball he had been playing with mid-round.
Phil makes a rookie mistake, incurs a never-before-seen penalty and still manages to light up the opponent with trash talk. Phil Mickelson somehow took one of the most egregious errors he’s ever made in competition and turned it around...Show More Summary
A rookie mistake for veteran Phil Mickelson, who didn't know the rules at Presidents Cup
Phil Mickelson has played 49 matches in the 21 years since the Presidents Cup began.
The Americans, up 4-1 after the opening session, had their lead cut to 5½-4½.
Bae Sang-moon leads International team rally at Presidents Cup amid Mickelson mistake
Now it's time for the U.S. to rally after it blew a big lead on Day 2.