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Team USA wins by five points
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September 26, 2022
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Team USA remain undefeated on their own soil having won the 14th Presidents Cup 17½ to the International Team's 12½ after Sunday singles.

Including the Ryder Cup, the US  has now won six of its last seven international competitions, including five consecutive ones at home.

They dominated in the first two days but Trevor Immelman's team outscored them on Saturday, winning four points but still trailing by five overall.

On Sunday the US won six matches and tied for one but the outcome was not as predictable as the end results would make it seem.

“It's always hard to win,” said Xander Schauffele. “It was close. It was stressful. And what you saw there [at the end] was a big sigh of relief.”

International Team 12½vs.USA 17½
Si Woo Kim<1 UpJustin Thomas
Cam Davis4 & 3>Jordan Spieth
Hideki MatsuyamaTiedSam Burns
Adam Scott3 & 2>Patrick Cantlay
Sebastián Muñoz<2 & 1Scottie Scheffler
Taylor Pendrith3 & 1>Tony Finau
Corey Conners1 Up>Xander Schauffele
Sungjae Im<1 UpCameron Young
K.H. Lee<3 & 1Billy Horschel
Tom Kim1 Up>Max Homa
Mito Pereira3 & 2>Collin Morikawa
Christiaan Bezuidenhout<2 & 1Kevin Kisner
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Presidents Cup 2022

Date: September 22nd - 25th 2022

Location: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina

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