Geroge W. Bush has been lights out at the Presidents Cup this week. He was hanging with some player wives and girlfriends on the first day.
Kyle Schwarber must think he's getting sliders and splitters because this is one strange golf style.
The United States took a commanding 4-1 lead on the first day of competition, but the International team has a chance to get all of it back on Day 2 with five four-ball matches. We will cover all the action here on our live blog.
The International team thinks Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson are out for the kill early in Friday's action.
The United States built a big 4-1 lead at the first day of the Presidents Cup. Will that hold for the remainder of the week?
The US rolled early and often over the International team at the Presidents Cup on Thursday. They were led by Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker.
Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson are looking to notch yet another point for the US at the Presidents Cup. This will help.
Bubba Watson has gone full 'Merica at the Presidents Cup this year. These kicks are a perfect touch for the United States team.
The United States is trying to keep its unbeaten streak alive in the Presidents Cup. This time, the Americans will have to do it against arguably the hottest golfer on the planet.
The United States team hasn't lost a Presidents Cup since 1998. Will this be the year they finally fall? You can watch and follow all the action on TV and streaming online this year.
Rickie Fowler went off on somebody who came at his "flat swing."
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed are split up for the first day. Still, the United States should have a nice advantage.
Phil and Amy Mickelson took a photo with former President George W. Bush. It was hilarious and awesome.
Former United States President George W. Bush is at the Presidents Cup. And he's taking the best photos.
The United States will square off with the International team in South Korea later this week. Here are the times of the matches and what format they will be played in.
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October 8, 2015
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