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New York Post › Sports › 40 minutes ago
MELBOURNE, Australia — It worked before. Maybe it will work again. That’s the hope of an International squad desperate for a victory at the Presidents Cup. The 13th event of this team competition begins Thursday at Royal Melbourne Golf Club, the...
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 1 hour ago
Justin Thomas has made light of Patrick Reed's controversial penalty in the Bahamas, mimicking his US teammate's bunker grooming during Presidents Cup practice.
The New York Times › Sports › 10 hours ago
As if being the first playing captain in 25 years at the Presidents Cup weren't enough, Tiger Woods filled yet another role Tuesday at Royal Melbourne.
Metro › Sports › 10 hours ago
The 2018 Masters champ insists he has done nothing wrong.
UPI › 11 hours ago
American golfer Patrick Reed responded to cheating claims from the International Team ahead of the 2019 Presidents Cup, saying he "unintentionally" broke the rules during the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
CNN › 15 hours ago
Rory McIlroy says "morality" issues are largely behind his decision to avoid playing in next year's European Tour event in Saudi Arabia.
Newsweek › Sports › 16 hours ago
The 13th edition of the Presidents Cup gets underway in Melbourne, Australia, on Thursday as the U.S. look to retain the trophy.
BBC News › Sports › 18 hours ago
American Patrick Reed says he should not be called a cheat after receiving a two-stroke penalty last week for improving the lie of his ball.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 18 hours ago
South African veteran says Internationals must be more competitive against all-conquering US team for Presidents Cup to continue.
The New York Times › Sports › 19 hours ago
This might be the end of that Captain America business.
The New York Times › Sports › 19 hours ago
Captains for the Presidents Cup usually get the most attention for the wild-card picks that fill out their teams and the pairings they create. Ernie Els might have done his best work long before that point.
The Sun › Sports › 19 hours ago
CRITICISM of Saudi Arabia featured in Rory McIlroy’s thoughts when turning down a multi-million pound appearance in the country. Next month’s Saudi International reportedly offered the World No2 a £1.9million fee for competing at the European Tour...
The New York Times › Sports › 19 hours ago
Captain Ernie Els hopes that crunching the numbers will help give his International team the edge over the United States at the Presidents Cup this week as they look to halt the Americans' dominance in the biennial event.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 20 hours ago
Tiger Woods is used to having his own bodyguards, but he played bodyguard himself for a day as the Patrick Reed firestorm raged on.
The New York Times › Sports › 20 hours ago
American golfer Patrick Reed has denied cheating in a tournament last week and hit out at International team players for saying he had, as a little edge entered proceedings on Tuesday ahead of the Presidents Cup.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 22 hours ago
Polarising American says the Presidents Cup has become 'personal' after his integrity was called into question over a rules breach in the Bahamas.
New York Post › Sports › 1 day ago
VICTORIA, Australia — Tiger Woods wore a serious look Tuesday morning in Australia (Monday in the United States), ready to assume his role as captain of the U.S. Presidents Cup team that will meet a squad of international players captained by Ernie...
BBC News › Sports › 1 day ago
Rory McIlroy reveals that he will not be playing in next month's Saudi International despite being offered a large appearance fee.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 1 day ago
The first Presidents Cup playing captain in 25 years has left everyone guessing how much he will play at Royal Melbourne.
The New York Times › Sports › 1 day ago
Rory McIlroy has ruled out playing in Saudi Arabia next month, saying he has no interest in contesting the Jan. 30-Feb. 2 tournament that has offered lavish appearance fees to attract many of the world's top players.
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