Despite the fact that their group is trailing, U.S. Commander Tiger Woods will pass on their second back to back session Saturday evening at the Presidents Cup.
Woods did exclude theirself in the four Foursomes matches when the pairings were reported. The Internationals were driving by four at the time and driving the last Four-Balls coordinate Saturday morning. The U.S. energized to tie that match, and the Internationals go into the evening with a 9-5 lead.
Woods won every one of their two matches with accomplice Justin Thomas before passing on the third session of Four-Balls. Thomas matched with Rickie Fowler for the Americans’ just triumph in the session while Woods concentrated all their consideration on their skipper obligations.
Woods said they attempted to convince herself not to sit, and it seemed like their associates did as well. Woods said their choice was not made because of any agony or damage.
In any event one individual was amazed by the choice.
“I thought Tiger would play this afternoon,” said International Captain Ernie Els.
Rather, here are the Foursomes matches set for Saturday evening (beginning at 1:56 p.m. neighborhood time; 9:56 p.m. ET Friday).
MATCH 15: Louis Oosthuizen/Adam Scott (Int’l) versus Dustin Johnson/Gary Woodland (USA). The International pair beat Johnson and Matt Kuchar in Foursomes on Friday. Scott is the main player who took an interest in Saturday’s Four-Ball matches, cooperating with Byeong Hun A for a tie against Matt Kuchar and Tony Finau.
MATCH 16: Marc Leishman/Abraham Ancer (Int’l) versus Justin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (USA). It’s a matchup of the two most smoking players of the week in Ancer and Thomas, every one of whom are 3-0-0. Ancer and Leishman beat Webb Simpson and Patrick Reed in Foursomes on Friday.
MATCH 17: Cameron Smith/Sungjae Im (Int’l) versus Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA). It’s the fourth straight counterpart for the Americans, who are 1-2-0. Their possibly win was in Foursomes on Friday when they beat Adam Hadwin and Joaquin Niemann. Smith and Im tied Fowler and Gary Woodland on Friday.
MATCH 18: Byeong Hun A/Joaquin Niemann (Int’l). versus Matt Kuchar/Tony Finau (USA). A didn’t play on Friday while Niemann joined forces with Adam Hadwin, losing to Schauffele and Cantlay. Finau birdied the last two gaps in Saturday morning’s Four-Balls match to gain a half-point with Kuchar.
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