By LG

Written By;

Carl Sengstock

Saturday morning featured four matches and Saturday afternoon featured 4 more at the Presidents Cup.

The US teams were rocking and rolling all day with long putts going in, chips going in, and wild and crazy antics by the US players.

Amazing day by our fellows who put on one heck of a show for us today. When the dust settled we led 14 1/2 to 3 1/2. All we need is one win tomorrow and we have 12 singles matches to get it done.

Match #11 which was the first match out Saturday morning featured Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth vs. Jason Day and Marc Leishman. Reed & Spieth won it handley 4&3.

Match #12 was Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar vs Adam Scott & Adam Hadwin. Again the US dominates and takes them down 4&3. Wow it just kept going…like a steam roller.

Match #13 featured Phil “the thrill” Mickelson and Kevin Kisner vs Jhonny Vegas and Emiliano Grillo. It took them a little longer but they closed out the match after 17….2&1.

Match # 14 had our # 1 team Justin Thomas & Rickie Fowler against Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace, arguabley the International team’s best bet to win, and it ended in a draw.

Maybe that match should have ended in a draw. Each team deserved to win!!

Match #15 the United States put Jordan Spieth with Patrick Reed again against Jason Day and Louie Oosthuizen.

It ended in a 2&1 win for the Americans. I’m not sure what is wrong with Jason Day this week but he surely is not playing up to his ability.

Match #16 had Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger against Hideki Matsuyama. The US prevailed 3&2. No one is enjoying the Presidents Cup more than Daniel Berger.

He is having a blast!

Match #17 was the United State’s only loss today. Charley Hoffman & Kevin Chappell went all 18 holes against Si Woo Kim & Anirban Lahiri and were beaten 1 up.

Match #18 featured our 2 long drivers Dustin Johnson & Brooks Koepka vs Branden Grace & Marc Leishman. The long drivers won 3&2.

We are seeing some good golf and some GREAT golf. The United States team is just SO dominate! I think they will be for years and we have more young guns coming up behind this group!!

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