Now we have ourselves a ballgame in South Korea.
The Internationals, desperate after losing Day 1 of the Presidents Cup to the U.S. by a 4-1 count, made a strong comeback in the Friday session of five fourball (best ball) matches, cutting the American lead to a point a 5.5-4.5 through 10 matches.
Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace, clearly the most potent beat world No. 1 Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson by a 4-and-3 count in the opening match to set the tone. In the second match, Korean Sangmoon Bae and Kiwi-by-way-of-Korea Danny Lee riled up the South Korean crowd and took home a point against Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker, the hard-luck duo that plays opponents close but cannot seem to finish off matches. Thongchai Jaidee and Charl Schwartzel took home the final full point for the Internationals in the anchor match of the session against Chris Kirk and Bill Haas, both who sat out on Thursday.
For the United States, J.B. Holmes and Bubba Watson earned their second full point in asRead More »from Inter-session: Setting the stage for Day 3 of the Presidents Cup