JERSEY CITY, N.J. – U.S. Presidents Cup captain Steve Stricker is out for blood, even though he doesn't want to admit it. Holding a 3 1/2 to 1 1/2 lead after Day 1, Stricker will send out his best two pairings for Friday fourball matches. Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed (6-1-2 together) will face Hideki Matsuyama and Presidents Cup rookie Adam Hadwin. Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas will play against Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace. The first pairing was a no-brainer for Stricker.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. – The final margin at the end play Thursday of the Presidents Cup’s wasn't decided until the last hole of the last match. The Americans were ahead 3-1, as Jason Day and Marc Leishman held a 1-up advantage with two holes remaining for the Internationals in their match against Kevin Kisner and Phil Mickelson.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. – Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed remain virtually unbeatable when paired together in team competitions for the red, white and blue. The dynamic American duo easily dispatched Si Woo Kim and Emiliano Grillo, 5 and 4, Thursday in foursomes at the Presidents Cup to take their record to a combined 6-1-2 together in international team play. The U.S. ends Friday up, 3 1/2 to 1 1/2, marking the 27th consecutive time the Americans have led after a Presidents Cup session.
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