Tiger Woods finished off a 3-0 week and the U.S. Presidents Cup team fought back to beat the Internationals and win the Presidents Cup.
Phil Mickelson isn't in Australia for the Presidents Cup, but he seems to be enjoying (or missing) the event from his home in the States.
Here are all of the pairings and matchups for the second day of the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne in Australia. They'll play a foursomes format on Day 2.
Tiger Woods went out first for the U.S. at the Presidents Cup and dominated from the start. Woods and Justin Thomas won easily.
Tiger Woods stole one of Jordan Spieth's moves when he chipped in and made teammate Justin Thomas retrieve the ball at the Presidents Cup.
Patrick Reed's penalty has raised several questions for golf fans: What can (and can't!) you do in sand bunkers and waste bunkers under the Rules of Golf?
Most of the players in the Hero are prepping for the Presidents Cup, but Rahm has a bigger event ahead, his wedding with Kelley Cahill.
Adam Scott said the International team's home advantage is important for the Presidents Cup and he's hoping no one cheers for Tiger Woods.
Royal North Devon Golf Club in Northam, England, recently decided at a committee meeting to ban plastic tees and allow only wooden tees.
For the first time in European Tour history, players are allowed to wear shorts in this week's event, which is in Malelane, South Africa.