Needing a par on his final hole, Albin Choi nailed a 12-footer to hand Canada its third victory in the Copa de las Americas, clearing Mexico by one shot and the U.S. by two.
Jim Williams, the U.S. captain for the Copa de las Americas, is not a course-to-range-to-bed-and-back kind of leader. On the outskirts of trendy South Beach, he has proved to have so much more style than that.
Through three rounds of the Copa de las Americas, Albin Choi has all but secured man-of-the-match status for Canada. With 18 holes to play, the Canadians have a five-shot advantage on the U.S. and Mexico.
Former Arizona State player Juliana Murcia Ortiz helped the Colombian women win the Copa de las Americas in 2005. Seven years later, current Sun Devils player Laura Blanco could do the same.
Argentina stuck to its captain's gameplan and trails Canada by one shot in the overall competition after two rounds of the Copa de las Americas at Doral.
Led by four U.S.-based college players, Mexico is using the confidence it built at the World Team Amateur to set its eyes on a title at the Copa de las Americas.
Chris Williams, the top-ranked amateur in the WAGR, has had an interesting few months: Playing golf in Florida for the first time and battling mono since his trip to Turkey for the World Amateur Team.
Maria Olivero is the oldest player in the Copa de las Americas field at 39, but the Argentina native is holding her own despite limited practice time due to being a wife and mother of two.
The world's top-ranked amateur Chris Williams and defending College Player of the Year Lindy Duncan headline this weekend's Copa de las Americas, being held for the first time on U.S. soil.