Scotty Schaeffler and Sam Barnes lost to Siu Kim and Kam Davis in the only game won by an international team on Day One.Watch him live all week with team USA-Sky Sports Golf chasing ninth straight Presidents Cup
Last updated: 23/09/22 12:05am
Highlights from the opening game of the Presidents Cup at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Team USA lived up to its pre-tournament billing as a favorite to win the Presidents Cup by leading 4-1 against the international team after the opening session in North Carolina.
The United States dominates the biennial tournament, winning the last eight tournaments and losing only once in the last 13. Davis Love III’s team quickly dominated this year’s event in Thursday’s foursome at the Quail Hollow Club.
The star-studded American line-up included eight rookies in their first three games on the course against a depleted international team lacking experience due to some attention to LIV Golf won the session.
Si Woo Kim and Cam Davis produced an amazing comeback that stunned world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns. course.
US captain Davis Love III said, “We rolled and some games the players played great and others we grounded out.” “It’s a great start and it’s very reassuring, but they’re going to practice and prepare for the next session tomorrow.”
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How Team USA Moved Forward
Trevor Immelman’s decision to send the experienced pair of Adam Scott and Hideki Matsuyama, who are the only players on an international team to make multiple appearances in the President’s Cup, trails Patrick Cantley and Xander Schauffele 6&5. Defeated and backfired.
The American pair lost only one hole in an impressive victory, continuing their 100% foursomes record by winning the first four holes of the back nine when playing together for Team USA. There was no drag.
Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth had three birdies down the four-hole stretch on the front nine, but only Song Jae-im, the international team’s top scorer in the 2019 defeat, scored a 10-foot eagle on the seventh hole. I scored a birdie. in the ninth to cut his and Corey Connors’ lead to one on the turn.
The momentum of that game turned for Team USA when Thomas holed a 25-foot putt to save par at the 15th. This was enough to win the hole when Connors missed from his 8′.
Cameron Young made his Presidents Cup debut with a birdie off a 25-foot hole on the penultimate hole. start date.
After leading by three in just seven holes, Schaeffler and Barnes looked poised for further success, holding on to second place with four to go, but double-bogeyed for three putts on the par-4 15th hole. just paved the way for a second-half recovery for the international team. .
Davis nudged in for the winning par, and Kim leveled the contest with the next 10-foot birdie.The Visitors.
The final also advanced to the par 4 last, and Tony Finau and Max Houma won a narrow victory with two putt pars.
“We were hanging in there,” Immelman said. “We had a very tough start, falling behind the 8-ball early on. The Americans played great golf and I think we’ll have to find a way to make putts in the next few days. We will hang. Keep fighting there – that’s our job.”
Five Four-Ball matches will be played on Friday, with four more in two sessions on Saturday. On the final day he will have all 24 players in a singles match for a total of 30 points over the four days of the tournament.
Watch the Presidents Cup live all week on Sky Sports. The live coverage will begin on Friday at 4:30pm at the red button and move to Sky Sports Golf at 5:30pm.