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The much-anticipated match that pitted Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker against Adam Scott and K.J. Choi began with a brief handshake between Woods and his ex-caddie Steve Williams.
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The match quickly got out of hand with the International team eventually winning 7&6 after 12 holes, a tie for the biggest loss in Presidents Cup history.
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While Woods did not play his best, it was Steve Stricker who was the real liability. Stricker is coming back from injury and hasn't played in weeks.
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Phil Mickelson, left, and Jim Furyk teamed up to defeat Robert Allenby and Retief Goosen, 4 and 3.
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Jason Day and Aaron Baddeley were 2 up with two holes to play against Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar, but the U.S. team won the last two holes to earn a half point.
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Woods and Mickelson celebrated after Johnson and Kuchar secured a half point.
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Geoff Ogilvy and Charl Schwartzel led for most of their match against Bill Haas and Nick Watney, but the U.S. team rallied late to halve the match.
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Hunter Mahan teamed with David Toms to crush Kyung-tae Kim and Y.E. Yang, 6 and 5.
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Bubba Watson and partner Webb Simpson were 2 down early in their match against Ryo Ishikawa and Ernie Els, but the U.S. team eventually cruised to a 4-and-2 win.
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Captains Fred Couples and Greg Norman met on the first tee before the matches got underway.