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Breaking down every player on both Presidents Cup rosters

The U.S. team has experience. The International team has a bunch of new faces. We take a look at both rosters and predict what to expect from each side.



Why now? Inside how Tiger became Presidents Cup captain so soon

Usually, captains of team events are older. Tiger Woods is only 43. So why is he the captain of this week's U.S. Presidents Cup team? It all started with one text.



Reed denies cheating at HWC, brushes off critics

Patrick Reed, who was deemed to have improved his lie in a sandy waste area last week at the Hero World Challenge, maintains he did nothing more than make a mistake, and took issue with the notion that he cheated.



Els talks Tiger rivalry, elusive Presidents Cup

International team captain Ernie Els, speaking Tuesday ahead of the Presidents Cup, reflected on his rivalry with Tiger Woods and what has been a lopsided competition dating to its inception in 1994.



Langers claim Father Son title with playoff eagle

Bernard Langer captured his fourth victory in the PNC Father Son Challenge after Jason Langer made a 16-foot eagle putt on the first hole of a playoff.



Hojgaard, 18, takes Mauritius Open title in playoff

Teenager Rasmus Hojgaard gave a nerveless display in a tense sudden-death playoff on Sunday to win the Mauritius Open in a three-man shootout, becoming the third-youngest winner ever on the European Tour.



International team predicts tough time for Reed

Patrick Reed could be in for a long week in Australia in the aftermath of a rules-breaking controversy that occurred Friday at the Hero World Challenge.



Jones holds off Oosthuizen to win Australian Open

Matt Jones made a four-foot putt for par on the final hole of the Australian Open on Sunday to win the title by one stroke over Louis Oosthuizen. It's the second Australian Open title for Jones.



Goosens team for 58, lead Father Son Challenge

Retief Goosen and 16-year-old son Leo shot a 14-under 58 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead in the Father Son Challenge.



Inside look at every one of Tiger Woods' 82 PGA Tour victories

The number can be so overwhelming that you might have forgotten some of Tiger's 82 wins, a total that ties Sam Snead's all-time record. We relive every single one.



Way-Too-Early 2020 major championship winners

Why wait? We predict the major winners for 2020. You'll see a lot of Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy and, yes, even an appearance from Tiger Woods.



Stenson fends off Tiger, Rahm to win Hero World

Henrik Stenson delivered the big shot on a wild back nine to win the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.



Jones increases Australian Open lead to 3 strokes

Matt Jones coped best with difficult afternoon conditions on Saturday at the Australian Open for a 3-under 68 to take a three-stroke lead into the final round. Cameron Tringale was in second after a 69.



Woodland leads in Bahamas; Tiger within 2 shots

Gary Woodland leads in the Hero World Challenge, but Henrik Stenson and Tiger Woods are hot on his heels heading into Saturday.



Reed gets 2-shot penalty for improving his lie

Patrick Reed was assessed a two-shot penalty after improving his lie in a sandy waste area on during the third round of the Hero World Challenge.



Hill cards 64 to take Mauritius Open lead

Rookie Calum Hill fired a superb 8-under 64 to take a one-shot lead after the second round of the Mauritius Open.



Hong Kong Open rescheduled for January 2020

The postponed Hong Kong Open has been rescheduled to take place in January, organisers said on Friday.



Jones birdies final hole, up 1 shot at Aussie Open

Australian Matt Jones shot 6-under 65 on Friday, including a birdie on his final hole that gave him a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Australian Open.



Thanks to Tiger and Captain America, the Hero World Challenge has plenty of intrigue

Tiger is in the mix. His most talked-about captain's pick for next week's Presidents Cup, Patrick Reed, is the leader. And that's just the beginning of the drama.



Reed builds 3-shot Bahamas lead as Tiger rallies

Patrick Reed took advantage of muted winds at the Hero World Challenge, making six birdies over his last 10 holes for a 6-under 66 that gave him a three-shot lead. Tiger Woods kept a clean card to match Reed's 66 and remain six shots behind.



Tiger rebounds in Bahamas, tied for fifth place

After an opening-round 72, Tiger Woods shot a 6-under 66 in the second round of the Hero World Challenge to climb into a tie for fifth place