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USA leading 8-2, could win on Saturday
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September 24, 2022
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Max Homa's goal for the year was to make the US team for the first time and on Friday, after two tied matches, he and Billy Horschel went the distance and birdied the final two holes to win their match against Corey Conners and Taylor Pendrith.

“This is insane,” said Homa. “To come down to the 18th two days in a row, man, what a day. Billy made some amazing putts. I just wanted to help him.

“It's surreal to have 10 of the best golfers I've ever seen in my life watching you and you've got to help them. It's a heavy weight. But it's also really fun.”

The Americans again finished the day with a 4-1 result and go into a double session on Saturday needing to win seven matches and halve the others to retain the cup.

International Team 2vs.USA 8
Adam Scott / Cam Davis2 & 1>Jordan Spieth / Justin Thomas
Sungjae Im / Sebastián MuñozTiedScottie Scheffler / Sam Burns
Mito Pereira / Christiaan BezuidenhoutTiedKevin Kisner / Cameron Young
Hideki Matsuyama / Tom Kim3&2>Patrick Cantlay / Xander Schauffele
Corey Conners / Taylor Pendrith1 UP>Billy Horschel / Max Homa
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Presidents Cup 2022

Date: September 22nd - 25th 2022

Location: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina

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