The Americans always seem to enjoy the Presidents Cup in Australia, and always perform very well. This is the fourth straight Presidents Cup win for the American golfers.
MELBOURNE, Australia — Looking happier than he has all year, Tiger Woods slipped into the gallery for high fives and back slaps while wearing a green cap that he borrowed from the “Fanatics,” the famous cheer squad that shows up at Australia’s biggest sporting events.
Jim Furyk soon joined him, a green-and-yellow Aussie jersey slipped over his red golf shirt.
The Americans sure seem to have a lot of fun at the Presidents Cup, perhaps because they always win.
They were at their best Sunday at Royal Melbourne, from Furyk becoming the fourth player in the Presidents Cup with a perfect mark to Woods delivering the winning point in these matches for the second straight time.
Woods blasted out of a deep bunker to 2 feet on the par-5 15th for the sixth birdie of his singles match, this one closing out Aaron Baddeley and giving the United States a 19-15 victory over the International team.
The Americans won for the fourth straight time in the Presidents Cup, running their overall record to… continue reading
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