Presidents Cup will return to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in 2019

The PGA Tour announced today that the Presidents Cup will return to Royal Melbourne Golf Club when returns to Australia in late 2019.

Media release from the PGA Tour:

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA – Tournament officials announced that the Presidents Cup will once again return to the prestigious Royal Melbourne Golf Club when the event takes center stage in 2019.

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Adam Scott dresses as a kangaroo at Presidents Cup after-party

Here is what happens the night after the Presidents Cup finishes…

International team assistant Tony Johnstone tweeted a few photos from the Presidents Cup after-party including a bare-chested Rickie Fowler, a moustached Louis Oosthuizen and a few of the guys doing a few shots.

And Bubba Watson tweeted a few pics too, one including Adam Scott dressed as a kangaroo…

Love Adam & Freddy!

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5 things we learned from the Presidents Cup

After a nail-biting finish to the 2015 Presidents Cup, it’s time to reflect on a few things we learned.

1. The players care about the Presidents Cup Part of the criticism of the Presidents Cup has been the doubts as to whether the players care enough to want to win, but you only had to witness the nail-biting finish, Bubba’s dummy-spits, and the team comradery to know they in this all the way.

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2015 Presidents Cup: This is how Team USA lost a hole twice when Mickelson used a different golf ball

A little-known matchplay rule saw the American team lose a hole twice during a dramatic second day at the 2015 Presidents Cup.

The Internationals rallied back to within one point of the Americans on day two of the Presidents Cup but the major talking point was the rules indiscretion by Phil Mickelson which resulted in his team losing the hole twice.

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2015 Presidents Cup: Americans surge ahead on day 1

One might be forgiven for thinking this is the Precedents Cup after a familiar day 1 scoreline.

A new format, new location and new players couldn’t disguise a familiar, old feeling about the opening day of the 2015 Presidents Cup. As they have done in all but three of the previous 10 Presidents Cup encounters, the US team won the opening day taking a solid 4 – 1 lead in the Thursday foursomes.

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