Controversial call to disqualify Jordan Spieth on 12th hole does little to slow Americas charge at Presidents Cup - Stuff.co.nz

The controversial disqualification of Jordan Spieth on a hole due to a rule technicality did not harm the American's bid to claim the President's Cup. With one combination still on the course, America held a resounding 14.5-2.5 lead over the ...

Today in dumb golf rules: Jordan Spieth loses hole because he stopped a meaningless rolling ball - Washington Post

The U.S. team is currently taking a 5-wood to the International squad at the Presidents Cup, but it hasn't been without a spot of controversy thanks to golf's head-scratching rule book. Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed were on the 12th hole of their ...

2017 Presidents Cup live blog: Matches tight in afternoon four-ball - Golfweek.com

The Presidents Cup continues Saturday. The biennial event between the U.S. and International squads may see a blowout at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., as the U.S. now leads 11.5-2.5 heading into Saturday afternoon four-ball.

It's official: The Presidents Cup is dead. Here are 8 ways to revive it - Golf.com

Team USA won four-and-a-half of the five points available on Friday at the 2017 Presidents Cup, in a dominant display at Liberty National. We can pretend no longer: the Presidents Cup is dead. I'm sorry to have to deliver this painful truth. It is, in ...

Capsules of the matches at the Presidents Cup - News & Observer

Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth, United States, def. Jason Day and Marc Leishman, International, 4 and 3. Leishman began this match by driving into the water to fall behind the Americans early, and the match was square when Reed gunned a birdie putt ...

Presidents Cup: Team USA continues dominant run - Newsline

The Americans have a 11 1/2-2 1/2 points lead on the International Team heading into Saturday afternoons quartet of four-ball (select ball) matches. The United States squad needs just four points to win the Presidents Cup for the seventh consecutive time.

Presidents Cup: US storms to 8-2 lead - Saudi Gazette

Kevin Chappell (L) and Charlie Hoffman of the US Team walk on the 13th hole during Friday four-ball matches of the Presidents Cup at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City. — AFP. Kevin Chappell (L) and Charlie Hoffman of the US Team walk on the ...