Yazan: mulligan | 30 September 2007 | Comments Off on Mike Weir one-ups Tiger Woods; U.S. still wins
Mike Weir, a captain’s pick this week for Gary Player, won the most points for the International team. Weir, playing before his fellow citizens in Canada, drew the most difficult singles match today: Tiger Woods. Weir, though, jumped to a commanding 3-up lead over Tiger Woods by the 6th hole. He had a 5-footer on […]Tweet
Yazan: mulligan | 30 September 2007 | Comments Off on Singles matches, President’s Cup
12:10 p.m. Verplank vs. Sabbatini12:22p.m. Glover vs. Els12:34p.m. Mickelson vs. Singh12:46 p.m. Woods vs. Weir 12:58 p.m. Austin vs. Cabrera1:10 p.m. Johnson vs. Scott1:22 p.m. Toms vs. Immelman1:34 p.m. Cink vs. O’Hern 1:46 p.m. Stricker vs. Ogilvy1:58 p.m. Mahan vs. Choi2:10 p.m. Howell vs. Appleby2:22 p.m. Furyk vs. Goosen My predictions of the winners are […]Tweet
Yazan: mulligan | 29 September 2007 | Comments Off on The spirit of the President’s Cup, better than the Ryder Cup?
If you had the chance to catch the President’s Cup, you got a glimpse of team golf at its best. The spirit and sportsmanship between the captains and the opposing teams has been so positive. Everyone on both sides seems to be having a lot of fun. It definitely doesn’t have the same antagonism of […]Tweet
Yazan: mulligan | 27 September 2007 | Comments Off on President’s Cup Day 1 MVP: Woody Austin
The most exciting match of the day was Phil Mickelson and Woody Austin versus Vijay Singh and Canadian Mike Weir. The match was see-saw all day and went to the final hole all tied. Amazingly, Woody Austin was the MVP of the match, rolling in 4 unbelievably clutch putts on the back 9, none bigger […]Tweet