The United States got a scare from the International squad on Sunday, but ended up winning one of the most thrilling Presidents Cups ever in South Korea. Here's a look at how all the matches went down.
The International team will try to pull off the impossible against a talented American squad. Will history take place in South Korea on Sunday?
The US did what it needed to do on Saturday in South Korea, but the International team is lurking. Can it pull off what's never been done?
Jordan Spieth is locked in, and it is incredibly fun. He called his bunker hole out here on the 12th hole against Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel.
The Unites States won a match, lost a match and split two others early on Saturday at the Presidents Cup.
The International team is making this Presidents Cup a competition after two days in South Korea. Can they surge again on day 3?
The United States team played hard again on Friday but the International team got hot early and turned this into a legitimate competition. Here's a look back at how all five matches went.
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 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.
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed are split up for the first day. Still, the United States should have a nice advantage.

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