Previewing the 2019 Presidents Cup in Australia | Live From Presidents Cup | Golf Channel

Tiger Woods and Team USA look to win their eighth consecutive Presidents Cup in Melbourne, Australia. #Golf #GolfChannel #PresidentsCup

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Previewing the 2019 Presidents Cup in Australia | Live from Presidents Cup | Golf Channel

9 thoughts on “Previewing the 2019 Presidents Cup in Australia | Live From Presidents Cup | Golf Channel

  1. Trumpf will show up and have a rally…best time to do it..all his supporters are playing and watching…it would be incredible..tiger is his biggest fan

  2. EY Yes, why is Brooks Koepka not included in the American team given his current form?. Also why are there no players from Europe and Scandinavia in the International team

  3. Unreal, Patrick never said it wasn't his fault, he simply said he did not cheat. Meaning he was unaware his club hit the sand, and when assessed the 2 stroke penalty, accepted it and moved on. Yes, the media has blown it WAY out of proportion, as usual!

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