Internationals dominate Day 1 of Presidents Cup | Live From Presidents Cup | Golf Channel

Day 1 of the Presidents Cup belonged to the Internationals, who take a commanding 4-1 lead in Melbourne, Australia. #Internationals #GolfCentral #PresidentsCup #GolfChannel

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Internationals dominate Day 1 of Presidents Cup | Golf Central | Golf Channel

11 thoughts on “Internationals dominate Day 1 of Presidents Cup | Live From Presidents Cup | Golf Channel

  1. Dont drink toomuch. Whow…..wonder how many people know that alcohol destroy most pros careers than anything else. Casual drinking is not innocent…… shows tomorow. And habitual……gradually mame and sufocate many players chances. So much denial…….worse than slow play…..

  2. Either Reed made an absolute honest mistake or he deliberately did that to start some commotion. It's all anybody can talk about now…while usa sneaks in for the win. Think about it, a pro, a masters winner, flung sand with tons of camera's around. Do you really think he thought "I can get away with this" lmao?!

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