MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Captain Tiger Woods of the United States took the lead from the front as Americans dominated Sunday singles for an international overhaul at Royal Melbourne 16-14 and won the Eighth Presidential Cup in a row.
PHOTO FILE: October 21, 2019; Chiba, JAPAN; Tiger Woods plays a tee shot in the 7th hole at The Challenge: Japan Skins golf tournament at Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club. Required Credit: Matt Roberts-USA TODAY / Photo Photo
Woods won the record 27th event in the event with a 3 & 2 victory over Abraham Ancer to shoot his team and then radiate to the sidelines as they took down early shots before sealing the Cup with a match.
We did that together. We came here as a team. My teammates and my boys all played well, the captains did a great job, a wooden man was happy to say after the Americans won their 11th victory in Cup 13.
Crane It is one of the more incredible challenges but … everyone, they trust each other and rely on each other.
Matt Kuchar rolled in a winning putt from just over five feet on the 17th when he halved the match against Louis Oosthuizen.
Rickie Fowler halved the final match against Marc Leishman in front of a deflated showroom when the United States won eight of the 12 points in the reverse proposal on International Sunday, who led 10-8 overnight.
No team wins after the last day but Americans' level and depth prevail when it's most important.
We were right …
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