The Presidents Cup: Day Two

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The Presidents Cup: Day Two Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk faced Vijay Singh and Stuart Appleby in Friday's four-ball matches. It did not go well for the Americans.
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Lucas Glover started hot with birdies on three of the first four holes.
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The International team captain, Gary Player, gave a fist bump to Angel Cabrera. Cabrera made birdie on 18 to beat Phil Mickelson and Hunter Mahan.
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Weir made seven birdies and carried the International team to a 3 and 1 win over Howell and Zach Johnson.
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Charles Howell III made a par from the sand on No. 1 to halve the hole against Ernie Els and Mike Weir.
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Phil Mickelson dropped a 40-foot putt for eagle to halve the 12th hole, but he and Hunter Mahan lost, 1 up, to Angel Cabrera and Retief Goosen when Cabrera birdied the 18th.
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It only got worse for Furyk and Woods on the back nine. Singh and Appleby posted birdies on the 10th, 13th and 14th, as well as an eagle on the 12th, and won the match, 5 and 4.
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Woods and Furyk did not play badly, but their opponents made four birdies and an eagle on the front nine to take a 2-up lead after nine holes.
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Singh, who holed a bunker shot on the 15th Thursday, knocked in another to win the first hole of the match.
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Adam Scott and partner K.J. Choi kept their match close but were unable to hold off Steve Stricker and Scott Verplank.