Six weeks remain for aspiring Yankees to qualify for the 2019 Presidents Cup.
Ernie Els, the man charged with invigorating the International side for December’s Presidents Cup, could not have been enthralled with the golf he witnessed from some of his potential roster members at the just-completed Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Given that Els’ American counterpart, Tiger Woods, has stated his intentions to serve as playing-captain, might the South African hold similar aspirations?
Bubba Watson is not one for convention. So while the following seems like a divergent take, for Watson, it's par for the course.
Tiger Woods fondly recalls requesting to play — and beating — Greg Norman at the 1998 Presidents Cup
As part of the lone American team to lose in the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods' top priority as captain is to make sure the U.S. doesn't suffer the same fate when it returns to Royal Melbourne in 2019. But that's not to say he doesn't have at least one fond memory from that week.
Ernie Els on the new Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, Saudi Arabia's instant elevation to European Tour status and taming Tiger at next year's Presidents Cup.
Tiger Woods has already entertained the idea of player-assistant captain for this year’s Ryder Cup. The same could soon be said for the 2019 Presidents Cup, albeit without “assistant” in the title.
If this was it for Phil Mickelson, it sure was fun. Of course, a 19-11 victory by the Americans at the 2017 Presidents Cup, one that wasn’t really even that close...
Liberty National is the site of this year’s Presidents Cup. But on Monday, the big news centered on the event’s next host, Royal Melbourne. More precisely, when the contest will be held.