2019 Presidents Cup pairings, tee times: Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler team up as Tiger Woods rests

The second day at the 2019 Presidents Cup was an absolute ride. For most of the foursomes matches, it looked as if the United States squad was going to get blown out of the water, but a late close gave the Americans a ton of hope and all the momentum going into Day 3. That momentum did not carry over into the third session as the United States tried but failed to gain ground on the International team during four-ball matches.

Foursomes are taking place in the afternoon (or evening, if you're in the United States) as part of the all-day affair at Royal Melbourne. Tiger Woods did not schedule himself for the morning session and surprised many by not putting himself in the rotation for the evening. That means, on a day in which the Americans badly needed a rally, their best player in this event thus far will not hit a single golf ball. It is the first time that Woods is not playing an entire day of the Presidents Cup in the nine events in which he has competed.

After going 0-3, extending a longer losing streak for the former competitor, Patrick Reed and Webb Simpson are not playing in the afternoon session. Bryson DeChambeau has only played 18 holes thus far and was not chosen for the afternoon session either.

Take a look at the Day 3 pairings for foursomes below along with the prior four-ball matchups. All times Eastern

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Foursomes (afternoon)

United StatesInternationalsTime

Dustin Johnson & Gary Woodland

Louis Oosthuizen & Adam Scott

9:56 p.m.

Justin Thomas & Rickie Fowler

Marc Leishman & Abraham Ancher

10:09 p.m.

Xander Schauffele & Patrick Cantlay

Cam Smith & Sungjae Im

10:22 p.m.

Matt Kuchar & Tony Finau

Ben An & Joaquin Niemann

10:35 p.m.

Four-ball (morning)

United StatesInternationalsTime

Justin Thomas & Rickie Fowler

Marc Leishman & Haotong Li

3:02 p.m.

Xander Schauffele & Patrick Cantlay

Sungjae Im & Abraham Ancer

3:16 p.m.

Patrick Reed & Webb Simpson

Hideki Matsuyama & C.T. Pan

3:30 p.m.

Matt Kuchar & Tony Finau

Adam Scott & Ben An

3:44 p.m.
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