Five ways the Presidents Cup beats the Ryder Cup
In terms of popularity and prestige, the Presidents Cup lags behind the high-profile event it is modeled after, due mostly to its lack of history. The Ryder Cup has 70-plus years of tradition going for it, a healthy amount of "bad blood'' between the participants and an intensity born out of immense pride from the European Union, which has knocked off the Americans three straight times.The Presidents Cup -- to be played for the seventh time with an American team taking on a squad of international ...
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Where: Royal Montreal Golf Club; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Yardage/Par: 7,171 yards; par 70
Champion: United States
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Day 3 coverage
• Recap: U.S. takes 7-point lead
• Harig: Sunday won't lack for drama
• Harig: U.S. continues mastery of foursomes
• Sobel: Saturday foursomes analysis
• Sobel: Saturday four-ball analysis
• Sobel: Breaking down the rosters
• Harig: Five reasons the Internationals will win
• Sobel: Five reasons the U.S. will win
• Experts' predictions: Who will win the Cup?
• Harig: Does Nicklaus hold key to U.S. success?
• Sobel: Thursday foursomes preview
• Fact or Fiction
• Harig: Woods still searching for a partner
• Harig: Five ways the Presidents Cup beats the Ryder Cup
• Alt Shot: Why isn't the Presidents Cup more popular?
• Hawkins: Steve Stricker's overdue diligence
• Rubenstein: Native son Weir seeking big week
• Chat wrap: Sobel