Presidents Cup 2019: The Presidents Cup is underway from Royal Melbourne, with the Internationals holding a handy lead despite a fight back from USA on day two. Televised coverage of the Presidents Cup final day will begin Saturday at 6:00 p.m. ET on Golf Channel.
The Presidents Cup is underway from Royal Melbourne, with Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas leading the way for the US against Marc Leishman and Joaquin Niemann in the Thursday fourball.
Find out all there is to know about this year’s tournament below, including the teams, schedule of play and ticket information.
PRESIDENTS CUP LIVE UPDATES, RESULTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
Tiger Woods roared but he and the United States were upstaged by the Internationals in a stunning start to the Presidents Cup in Melbourne.
Woods cruised to victory alongside Justin Thomas but the four-ball format belonged to Ernie Els’ team, who took a 4-1 lead on Thursday.
The 2019 Presidents Cup gets underway on Thursday in Australia at Royal Melbourne Golf Club, and for golf fans in the United States, that means watching Team USA take on the world in prime time. Captain and player Tiger Woods will lead the American team in four-ball action that begins Wednesday night in the USA, and there are a total of five matches on the schedule for Day 1.
If you’re unfamiliar with the different formats used in golf’s team events, four-ball is a two-on-two competition where each player plays their own ball on every hole, and the team takes the lowest score either of its respective players can score.
Televised coverage of the Presidents Cup will begin at 5:30 p.m. ET on Golf Channel. You can stream the Golf Channel online via NBC Sports Live, or via fuboTV.