Singles matches set on Sunday at Presidents Cup
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Keegan Bradley highlight the singles matches to watch on Sunday at the Presidents Cup.
The US Team takes a six-point lead into the Sunday singles matches after totally dominating the third and fourth sessions at the Presidents Cup on Saturday and early Sunday.
There's not a lot of drama left at Muirfield and, unfortunately, not a lot of great singles matches either.
Here's a look:
Steve Stricker vs. Ernie Els
Hunter Mahan vs. Hideki Matsuyama
Jason Dufner vs. Brendon de Jonge
Brandt Snedeker vs. Jason Day
Jordan Spieth vs. Graham DeLaet
Bill Haas vs. Adam Scott
Zach Johnson vs. Branden Grace
Matt Kuchar vs. Marc Leishman
Tiger Woods vs. Richard Sterne
Keegan Bradley vs. Charl Schwartzel
Webb Simpson vs. Louis Oosthuizen
Phil Mickelson vs. Angel Cabrera
Where's Tiger vs. Adam Scott? And Spieth vs. Matsuyama?
Look, I get it, you can't take any chances with these things if you're Fred Couples matching folks up, but as a consumer of golf I'd rather be mesmerized by 18 holes of Woods and Scott than a yawn-fest of Woods and Sterne on Sunday afternoon.
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