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  • Golf - Nicklaus says Spieth versus Day 'may happen'

    - Golf legend Jack Nicklaus said Wednesday that he would like nothing better than to see Jordan Spieth battle Jason Day in Sunday's Presidents Cup singles on the course that bears his name. A match-up of the two best players in the world who have carried off three of the season's Majors is a…

  • Spieth, Dustin Johnson partners in Presidents Cup

    Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson battled at Chambers Bay in the U.S. Open. U.S. captain Jay Haas saved Spieth and Johnson for the anchor match of foursomes Thursday when the Presidents Cup begins at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea. Sangmoon Bae, who is returning home and will begin his 21-month…

    The Associated Press43 mins ago
  • Presidents Cup looks like the Ryder Cup only on paper

    Comparing the Presidents Cup to the Ryder Cup is like listening to a conversation between a Scot and an American. The biggest difference with the Presidents Cup is an American team that is filled with smiles, not stress. Jordan Spieth has played in one of each in his short but already stellar…

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  • Golf-Results not benchmark for Presidents success: Finchem

    By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea Oct 7 (Reuters) - PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem is confident the Presidents Cup has a bright future despite the overwhelming dominance of the United States over the years and said bringing the event to South Korea was a milestone in the development of…

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    Bubba Watson comments before The Presidents Cup

    Prior to The Presidents Cup 2015, Bubba Watson talks about playing in team competition and how the team United States Team gets motivated to play the International.

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  • Presidents Cup debate still strong on number of matches

    INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — The battle at the Presidents Cup began Tuesday even before the first match.

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  • Golf-Mickelson's 'intangibles' too tough to overlook: Haas

    (Adds Mickelson quotes) By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 6 (Reuters) - It has been a sub-par year by Phil Mickelson's own lofty standards, and some eyebrows were raised when he was selected for the Presidents Cup, but for U.S. skipper Jay Haas, the 45-year-old's experience and…

  • Day keen on Presidents Cup singles showdown with Spieth

    By Peter Rutherford INCHEON, South Korea (Reuters) - Jason Day would relish the chance to go head-to-head with world No. 1 Jordan Spieth in the Presidents Cup but the Australian hotshot knows the showdown may not materialize as team tactics take precedence over individual glory. Day and Spieth…

  • What's at stake -- and not -- in this Presidents Cup

    International captain Nick Price has made a big deal of these matches, suggesting dire consequences if his team loses

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  • Scott has busy finish to year, and maybe an early start

    With three months left in the year, Adam Scott is just getting warmed up. The Presidents Cup is the start of a busy stretch for the 35-year-old Australian, who will be playing seven of the next nine weeks in six countries on three continents, all but one of them counting toward the world ranking.…

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  • Spieth fired up to bust out with big-hitting DJ

    World number one Jordan Spieth said Wednesday he was excited at the prospect of starting his Presidents Cup campaign for the US in the foursomes alongside big-hitting Dustin Johnson. The pair will play against the International team's trans-Tasman pair of Aussie Marc Leishman and Kiwi Danny Lee in…

  • Price lauds Presidents Cup debutant 'funny man' Lahiri

    Captain Nick Price paid tribute Tuesday to Anirban Lahiri -- the first Indian to play in the Presidents Cup and the joker in the pack of his International team. "He brings a great sense of humour to the team," Price told a news conference at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Incheon, venue for the…

  • Jim Furyk doesn't have clubs and still travels

    Jim Furyk showed how much the Presidents Cup meant to him. Captain Jay Haas asked if he wanted to be an assistant, and Furyk jumped on a plane. ''This week has two components, really,'' Furyk said Wednesday.

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  • Dustin Johnson back on a team after 2-year absence

    Dustin Johnson hasn't lost a match while playing for the United States in nearly four years. Any discussion about American talent in golf would have to include the 31-year-old Johnson, who has won in every PGA Tour season since he was a rookie in 2008 fresh out of Coastal Carolina. Johnson was left…

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  • Scott trying to fill the (Presidents) Cup

    Adam Scott has seven Presidents Cup logos on his bag to show how many teams he has made. No player symbolizes the futility of the International team more than Scott, simply because he has been around the longest. ''I'll speak for myself, but I feel I'm more invested than ever in this event,'' Scott…

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  • Mickelson brings experience and emotion to Presidents Cup

    Phil Mickelson studied the line of the putt from both sides, and then he stood over an imaginary golf ball about halfway to the hole and gently swung his putter to make sure he had the right read. Kirk narrowly missed the putt, and Mickelson winced. Mickelson had yet another rookie under his wing,…

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    Dustin Johnson comments before The Presidents Cup

    Prior to The Presidents Cup 2015, Dustin Johnson talks about playing against a tough International Team and the condition of the course.

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  • Lone South Korean Bae will sit in opening Pres Cup session in home country

    Bae will suspend his pro golf career after the matches to serve 21 months in the Korean military

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