Presidents Cup Golf Predictions
The Presidents Cup Betting Prediction
When: October 6 - 11, 2015 on Golf Channel/NBC
Where: Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea - Incheon, South Korea
Defending Champions: United States Team
The Presidents Cup is an exciting PGA Tour event as the two teams battle for international bragging rights! The President’s Cup does not award prize money to the winners.
Instead, the tournament donates the funds that would have been used for the winners to charities determined by the participants. Over the past years, more than $10 million has been raised by the Presidents Cup for various organizations that help the less fortunate.
The United States will try to continue their dominance in this series of match play battles on odd numbered years against the best International golfers in the world without the players from Europe.
The Presidents Cup and The Ryder Cup alternate every other year as the top 2 international golf tournaments in the world.
The Ryder Cup is an older and more respected event with a similar format between European players and American players only that takes place on the even numbered years now.
The Presidents Cup was added later to give the other top golfers in the World a chance to compete in this unique and competitive format. The Presidents Cup is played according to the rules of “match play” as opposed to “stroke play”. Each hole counts only as a point.
If the golfers score the same score on a hole, the whole is halved and the golfers continue to the next hole.
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2015 President Cup - US vs European Golf Prediction
The Presidents Cup has arrived! The players are ready and the viewers are ready to watch it all unfold. A Jason Day versus Jordan Spieth matchup is sure to happen - if it doesn’t, everyone will be disappointed.
The event makes its first stop to Korea and the people there are fired up to watch the best players in the world. Tickets are hard to come by, selling out over two months ago. Let the games begin! Continue
2015 Presidents Cup Recap
The week at the Presidents Cup started with International captain Nick Price saying the future viability of the event hinged on his team finally making this competitive. It ended in the middle of the night back in the United States, with an incredible see-saw singles session that came down to the final hole of the final match.
And the two players in that final match? Sangmoon Bae, the only Korean on the International team, playing in front of the home crowd in what will be his final event before two years of mandatory military service. And Bill Haas, the son of U.S. captain Jay Haas. The USA got the Cup yet again, posting a 15.5 to 14.5 victory.
This event, however got the kind of competitiveness and juice that Price said was so vital some 30 points and matches prior. In the final 90 minutes of singles, the outlook swung from a sure USA win to a probable tie to a likely International win before resting with a third straight halved session and the USA one-point win.
When setting the lineups in these team match play competitions, the top guns are rarely put in the final match because all the points ahead of it often render it meaningless. Bae and Haas aren't two of the biggest names in golf or in this competition, but given the backstory and the setting, it was the perfect finish to a Sunday singles session that would give any Ryder Cup a run.
2013 Presidents Cup Results
The President’s Cup has been dominated by U.S. over the International Team and they haven’t had a loss since 1998 with the entire series record 8 wins and only 1 loss and a tie now. The Nick Price coached International Team made a run on Sunday with the individual matchups, but the lead was too much at 14 to 8 going into the singles matches. The final tally was United States 18.5 and International 15.5 in a strange series of events really.
The multiple rain delays had to throw many of the golfers off their game, and they seemed a little twitchy with their stop play finger with multiple days not finished and having to finish rounds early morning before the next format. The Americans did have plenty of fun they say and it was conveyed during the golf tournament at Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield Village throughout the event. They were never really in any danger of losing this event no matter how much credit they give to The International Team.
Tiger Woods was the point that closed out the victory for the U.S. the 3rd straight time as he casually hit his approach on the 18th green and 2 putted for par to beat Richard Sterne 1 up for the win. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley seemed to get along well again and paired up well in the event. Tiger Woods finished with the most points for the U.S. with 4 points, while the International Team had Jason Day and Graham DeLaet tie for their lead with 3.5 points each.
2011 Presidents Cup Results
The Americans did what they are used to doing in the The Presidents Cup on odd numbered years, and that is whip some International golfers in a match play tournament similar to the Ryder Cup on International turf.
This was their fourth Cup win in a row, this time at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club located in Melbourne, Australia. The United States strength overcame a first day debacle by Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker getting destroyed by Australia’s Adam Scott and South Korean KJ Choi 7&6, and they were still able to win the day and the tournament.
Stricker and Woods were paired up for this event back in 2009 and led the USA to victory by winning all 4 of their matches in San Francisco when coached by Fred Couples against the International team with Greg Norman as their Captain.
Couples had to endure much criticism from the press and public for his Captain’s pick of Tiger Woods who was out with an injury much of the year. The International Captain Greg Norman even got involved spouting he would have taken Keegan Bradley over Woods who Couples had already called the “best player forever” weeks before this tournament started.
The International team never led after any of the sessions though Geoff Ogilvy, Charl Schwartzel and Ryo Ishikawa put up a good fight trying to stay in the 2011 Presidents Cup. The surprising hero for the Americans was Jim Furyk going 5-0 which has only been done by three other players; Tiger Woods, Mark O’Meara and Shigeki Maruyama.
2009 Presidents Golf Cup Results
Taking their cuse from laid-back captain Fred Couples was key. Getting an inspirational weekend visit from Amy Mickelson didn't hurt, either.
But having the world's top three players was the difference for the favored U.S. in a 19 1/2-14 1/2 romp in the Presidents Cup. While each American earned at least a 1/2 point, world No. 1 Tiger Woods, No. 2 Phil Mickelson and No. 3 Steve Stricker combined to go 13-1-1 at Harding Park as the USA moved to 6-1-1 against the Internationals.
Woods clinched the victory with a 13th-hole birdie to close out a 6-and-5 thrashing of Y.E. Yang, who came from behind in the final round to top the world No. 1 in the PGA Championship in August.
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