Americans take 3 point lead to final day
SAN FRANCISCO -- Even after 10 matches that stretched over 10 hours in the chill of late summer in San Francisco, what put the Americans on the cusp of another victory in the Presidents Cup were two shots by Tiger Woods.
First came a 25-foot birdie putt on the 17th that rolled in on its final turn, sending Woods into a series of fist pumps and more emotion that he had shown all week. With the match finally tied, he followed with a 3-iron from 218 yards on the par-5 18th that was so pure ...
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2009 PRESIDENTS CUP
With Tiger's rout of Y.E. Yang in Sunday singles, the U.S. continued its dominance vs. the International squad, winning the Presidents Cup 19½-14½. Bob Harig'09 Player Records: U.S. | International
Teams: U.S. roster | International roster
Course: Harding Park Golf Course
Where: San Francisco, Calif.
Yardage/Par: 7,137 yards, par-71