The US have soundly beaten the Internationals 19-11 at the 2017 Presidents Cup in New Jersey.
A strong final day from the Interntionals wasn’t enough to overcome an almost impossible margin at the 2017 Presidents Cup.
Despite the Internationals winning 7.5 points in the final day singles matches the US still romped to a 19 – 11 victory and claim their 10th Presidents Cup trophy.
Adam Scott and Jason Day claimed their first wins of the week.
In similar fashion to his previous Presidents Cup, Adam Scott hadn’t had a great week until Sunday. Three losses over the opening three days now has Adam Scott with the dubious distinction of having the most losses in Presidents Cup history with 19 to his name.
But the singles format seemed to sit better with Scott. Finding himself two holes down at the turn, a few birdies combined with some poor golf from his opponent Brooks Koepka saw Scott ease to a 3&2 victory.
Jason Day beat Charley Hoffman 2&1 but Marc Leishman will leave Liberty National without a victory only managing a half against Kevin Chappell in the first match out on the final day.