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THE PRESIDENTS CUP

Postby SteveHorn » October 2nd, 2013, 8:27 am

The Presidents Cup starts tomorrow and it sounds like Jack is setting up Muirfield Village for aggresive play. The weather forcast is for a chance of rain most everyday (bummer). The rough will be cut at 2 and a quarter inches (shorter) then its usual length. I believe the 14th tee will be moved up slightly to make it even more of a driveable par 4. The 16th tee will also be a little closer and more of an angle to encourage more pin hunting. The 18th tee has been moved back not because of the cup but Jack's tired of players being able to cut the corner to easily. It should be interesting and a fun event to watch.
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Re: THE PRESIDENTS CUP

Postby SteveHorn » October 4th, 2013, 7:05 am

Day 1 results America leads 3.5 to 2.5 Thursday (6) four ball matches (best ball)

Jason Day & Graham DeLaet (WIN 1 up) over Hunter Mahan & Brandt Snedeker

Bill Haas & Webb Simpson (HALVED) against Adam Scott & Hideki Matsuyama

Charl Schwartzel & Louis Oosthuizen (WIN 2 & 1) over Phil Mickelson & Keegan Bradley

Steve Stricker & Jorden Spieth (WIN 1 up) over Ernie Els & Brendon De Jonge

Matt Kuchar & Tiger Woods (WIN 5 & 4) over Angel Cabrera & Marc Leishman

Zach Johnson & Jason Dufner (Win 5 & 3) over Branden Grace & Richard Sterne
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Re: THE PRESIDENTS CUP

Postby bryce » October 7th, 2013, 4:38 am

Well, the Americans had a huge lead going into Sunday. A great comeback effort by the International team to make it interesting for a while. Nowhere near as exciting as 2003 or 2005, but still fun to watch.
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