From the Forecaddie to Jim McCabe's take on the U.S. weathering the storm to Jeff Rude's commentary, check out our easy-to-read review of Day 3 at the Presidents Cup.
Somewhere early in the afternoon foursomes matches, with the International team leading in all five matches, a perverse thought crossed my mind: What the U.S. team really needs is a rain delay so it can regroup.
Todd White and Kevin Marsh lead the U.S. Mid-Amateur after the first round at Country Club of Birmingham. Both fortysomethings opened with 4-under 66 for a one-shot edge in stroke-play qualifying.
The Internationals pretty much need to have everything fall right if they are to make the uphill climb and overcome a five-point deficit to win their second Presidents Cup.
Julia Potter was the only player to shoot under par Saturday in Round 1 of stroke-play qualifying at the U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur. The 25-year-old leads by five.
Zach Johnson and Jason Dufner flipped the opening match of the afternoon -- the only one to be played to completion -- and suddenly, the U.S. has opened up a five-point advantage heading into Sunday.
Oklahoma State and Arizona State are tied atop the Schooner Fall Classic leaderboard after Round 1 at Belmar Golf Club in Norman, Okla. Each shot 13-over 293.
Coming into the 10th Presidents Cup matches, Jordan Spieth had been hailed as the new American wunderkind.
After taking a one-point lead after Thursday's four-ball matches at the Presidents Cup, the U.S. kept the same advantage after Friday's weather-shortened foursomes session, which saw just two matches finish. That will make for a long day Saturday at Muirfield Village. Follow now!
Unless the Internationals can summon some magic during Saturday-afternoon Presidents Cup play, the Sunday singles could be a foregone conclusion.
Continental Europe led 8-6 after the morning session but GB&I fought back in the afternoon to force a 9-9 tie after three days of play at the Seve Trophy.
Playing in her home country, Shanshan Feng's 64 earned her the third-round lead at the Reignwood LPGA Classic, one ahead of Stacy Lewis and four ahead of Inbee Park.
U.S. captain Fred Couples and International captain Nick Price announced their four-ball pairings for Saturday at the Presidents Cup.