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The Presidents Cup continues Friday. The biennial event between the U.S. and International squads embark at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., with a four-ball session on Day 2 after the U.S. opened a 3.5-1.5 lead in Thursday foursomes.
We’ve got five matches coming Friday. Keep up with all the detailed action in every match below
How to follow the action:
All times Eastern
- TELEVISION:Golf Channel(Friday, 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m.); NBC (Saturday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 12-6 p.m.)
- PGA TOUR RADIO: Friday, 12-6 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday
- ON GOLFWEEK:Tour Tracker|All coverage
- Jordan Spieth/Patrick Reed (U.S.) vs. Adam Hadwin/Hideki Matsuyama (I):Internationals, 2 up thru 8
- Rickie Fowler/Justin Thomas (U.S.) vs. Louis Oosthuizen/Branden Grace (I):U.S., 1 up thru 7
- Phil Mickelson/Kevin Kisner (U.S.) vs. Jason Day/Marc Leishman (I):Internationals, 2 up thru 6
- Kevin Chappell/Charley Hoffman (U.S.) vs. Charl Schwartzel/Anirban Lahiri (I):U.S., 3 up thru 5
- Dustin Johnson/Brooks Koepka (U.S.) vs. Adam Scott/Jhonattan Vegas (I):All Square thru 4
Presidents Cup Tracker
UPDATE No. 13 (1:55 p.m.):Well look at this Matsuyama drains a 25-footer for birdie at the eighth to win the hole and that International team is now 2 up on Spieth and Reed.
This is the lead match and a huge tone-setter if the Internationals can pull off this upset.
UPDATE No. 12 (1:35 p.m.):The Internationals lead two matches, the U.S. lead two and one match is all square.
So this session is tight so far! The leads are mostly big actually, but if we were to end this session now, it would be tied.
UPDATE No. 11 (1:20 p.m.):Anirban Lahiri did not play the third hole in the penultimate match. Why? Check out below for explanation. Schwartzel managed to halve it by himself, but that team is still 2 down.
UPDATE No. 10 (1:10 p.m.):Boom! Koepka and DJ birdie the second to bring the final match back to All Square.
UPDATE No. 9 (12:50 p.m.):Jhonny Vegas! He runs in an 18-footer for birdie to win the hole and give the Internationals the early lead in the anchor match.
UPDATE No. 8 (12:45 p.m.):Hoffman can’t roll in a lengthy birdie putt, but he and Chappell win the opening hole anyway with a par.
UPDATE No. 7 (12:40 p.m.):Matt Kuchar and Daniel Berger may be out this session, but they are still getting in on the action as fans!
UPDATE No. 6 (12:35 p.m.):Fowler and Thomas have taken the lead in their match as Fowler buries a 16-footer for birdie to win the third. Both that young duo and the Spieth/Reed pair are up in their matches. AGAIN.
UPDATE No. 5 (12:11 p.m.):A 23-foot eagle putt from Patrick Reed at No. 2 wins that hole for he and Spieth in the opening four-ball match!
Oh yeah, it’s on!