The Presidents Cup is upon us and the watching world is desperately hoping that the Internationals are able to put up a fight and keep the interest in the event alive. Since the first Presidents Cup back in 1994 it has been very much one way traffic. Of the 11 Presidents Cups played team USA has won 9, with 1 draw and 1 win for the Internationals back in 1998. After the Internationals won in Melbourne there was much talk about the event becoming a bit more of a contest. Unfortunately they haven’t been able to build on that win and the event in itself is sailing perilously close to the wind as far as becoming a spectacle that fails to draw a crowd. Nick Price has been asked to captain the International team again after a positive showing in South Korea 2 years ago. The USA eventually won 15/5-14/5. The Internationals looked very well organized last time out and will feel like they have a bit of momentum coming into the event despite losing. The action will take place at Liberty National Golf Club which measures 7, 328 yards and plays as a par 71. Steve Stricker will captain the USA side and he looks to have inherited a side that is well settled and ready to keep the winning streak alive. There is little doubt that the Internationals will have their work cut out for them. Playing in the USA shouldn’t effect the Internationals as most of them ply their trade their week in and week out. They will have to put the past behind them and focus on one shot at a time. The task is a mammoth one and will require a Herculean effort to pull off. The USA look favorites but golf is a peculiar game. It is never over until the last putt drops.
Team USA (-333 BetOnline.ag)
Internationals (+330 BetOnline.ag)
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