Written By;

Carl Sengstock

Sunday showed the United States really wanted to win the Presidents Cup!

Kevin Chappell went out first against Marc Leishman and ended up halving the match.

Next Charley Hoffman was put against Jason Day. Finally Jason woke up and won 2&1.

The next match was rough because it was Justin Thomas vs Hideki Matsuyama. Justin was super upset because he didn’t want to lose but Hideki got him 3&1.

Daniel Berger was the happiest guy today because he beat Si Woo Kim and earned the winning point for our US team. He beat Kim 2&1.

Matt Kuchar had his hands full with the great South African Charl Schwartzel. Charl ended up beating Matt 1 up.

Speaking of great South African’s…..Louie Oosthuizen was chosen to play Patrick Reed. It all came down to the last hole and Oosthuizen won one up!!

Here comes another South African Branden Grace pitted against Dustin Johnson, the number one player in the world, and Branden ended up halving the match with DJ.

Brooks Koepka got a bad pick when he was chosen to play Adam Scott. Adam played great today and took out Koepka 3&2. What a match!

Jordan Spieth had to play Jhonattan Vegas and hit a brick wall as Vegas took him out 2&1. Jordan just didn’t have it today. He has never won a singles match. Interesting!?!

Kevin Kisner and Anirban Lahiri halved their match as Lahiri got up and down from an almost impossible spot on 18. Very deserving 1/2 point for Lahiri.

Phil Mickelson showed captain Stricker why he was a good captain’s pick by taking out Adam Hadwin today 2&1. The old guy still has some fire in his belly.

The last match said it all for Rickie Fowler…….he may be our new Arnold Palmer.

Not only was he in the stands yesterday entertaining the fans but he whooped Emiliano Grillo today by a huge 6&5 margin.

Incredible is all I can say. Rickie will win at least one Major next year. Keep your eye on Rickie. He is something special!!

Filed under: PGA Tour Golf

Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

Readers Comments (0)

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.