News Friday four-ball matches at 2009 Presidents Cup Wednesday, October 05, 2011 1 of 11 Robert Beck/SI again on Friday in the four-ball matches. They crushed Geoff Ogilvy and Angel Cabrera, 5 and 3. The U.S. leads 6 1/2 - 5 1/2 heading into Saturday's matches. 2 of 11 Robert Beck/SI is the No. 1 ranked played on the International team, but he has yet to earn a point. 3 of 11 Kohjiro Kinno/SI failed to make a single birdie. 4 of 11 Kohjiro Kinno/SI dominated Kenny Perry and Sean O'Hair, 4 and 3. 5 of 11 Robert Beck/SI didn't make a birdie until the 18th. 6 of 11 Robert Beck/SI hit the par-5 18th in two after blasting a 3-wood from the rough. The clutch shot secured a win for the International team. 7 of 11 Kohjiro Kinno/SI lost to Ernie Els and Mike Weir, 2 down. 8 of 11 Kohjiro Kinno/SI has continued the stellar play that he showed in winning the Tour Championship. He and Justin Leonard beat Retief Goosen and Adam Scott, 3 and 2. 9 of 11 Kohjiro Kinno/SI fell to his knees with relief after his eagle putt went in on 18. He and Vijay Singh defeated Lucas Glover and Stewart Cink to keep the International team within a point of the Americans. 10 of 11 Kohjiro Kinno/SI have won both of their matches, and they are paired together for the Saturday morning foursomes match. 11 of 11 Robert Beck/SI kept a close eye on the matches. You May Like Gear FIRST LOOK: Titleist’s Vokey SM7 Slate Blue wedge Gear FIRST LOOK: Ping G410 drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons News Lucas Glover disputes police report, excited for ‘closure’ Gear Wall-to-Wall Equipment: Tiger’s TaylorMade P7TW irons, Koepka’s new gear and more Travel Atlanta’s best golf courses: The top-ranked courses in Atlanta Travel Atlanta’s best public golf courses: Where you can play in Atlanta for the Super Bowl More News The best thing this week at Torrey Pines and more: Bamberger’s 7 best things in golf right now Tom Brady’s ridiculous comebacks happen on the golf course, too — just ask Keegan Bradley Lucas Glover disputes police report, excited for ‘closure’ Tour Confidential: Will Mickelson’s 2019 be better than Tiger’s?