Guide to the 14th Presidents Cup

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Presidents Cup: 14th edition
Where: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte
When: Sept. 22-25

How to watch

In the United States

Date Time (ET) Channel
Sept. 22 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. GOLF/Peacock
Sept. 23 11:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. GOLF/Peacock
Sept. 24 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. GOLF/Peacock
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. NBC/Peacock
Sept. 25 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. NBC/Peacock

In Canada

Date Time (ET) Channel
Sept. 22 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. GOLF/Peacock
Sept. 23 11:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. GOLF/Peacock
Sept. 24 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. GOLF/Peacock
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. TSN1/CTV2
Sept. 25 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. TSN1


United States

World Rank Player
1 Scottie Scheffler
4 Patrick Cantlay
5 Xander Schauffele
7 Justin Thomas
9 Collin Morikawa
12 Sam Burns
13 Jordan Spieth
14 Tony Finau
15 Billy Horschel
16 Max Homa
18 Cameron Young
25 Kevin Kisner

The American team enters as the massive favorite with a number of members coming off a record-breaking win at the Ryder Cup last year. Ten of the 12 players on the United States are ranked in the top 16 of the OWGR, higher than the top International player Hideki Matsuyama at No. 17.

Six players on the American team are making their Presidents Cup debut, including last week's Fortinet Championship winner, Max Homa. The 31-year-old will be very comfortable around Quail Hollow after claiming victory at the long course in the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship. Justin Thomas has also won at the Charlotte-area layout, taking home the 2017 PGA Championship.


World Rank Player Country
17 Hideki Matsuyama Japan
19 Sungjae Im South Korea
22 Joohyung Kim South Korea
26 Corey Conners Canada
30 Adam Scott Australia
43 KH Lee South Korea
49 Mito Pereira Chile
63 Sebastian Munoz Colombia
66 Cam Davis Australia
67 Christiaan Bezuidenhout South Africa
76 Si Woo Kim South Korea
109 Taylor Pendrith Canada

The International team has been decimated by defections to LIV Golf, with Cameron Smith, Joaquin Niemann, Abraham Ancer, and Louis Oosthuizen among those deemed ineligible. Smith's absence is particularly noteworthy as the World No. 3 is arguably the best player on the planet right now.

Captain Trevor Immelman was forced to adapt in short order, with eight rookies making the roster alongside veteran Adam Scott. The Australian participated in nine previous Presidents Cups, coming away on the losing end each time.


Day 1: Four-ball (5 matches)
Day 2: Foursomes (5 matches)
Day 3: Four-ball (4 matches in the morning)
Day 3: Foursomes (4 matches in the afternoon)
Day 4: Singles (12 matches)

Four-ball = Best ball. Foursomes = Alternate shot.

News and preview content

Time for change: 2 ways to add drama to the Presidents Cup

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The Americans have absolutely dominated the history of the Presidents Cup, holding an outrageous 11-1-1 record. With a number of strong International players opting to join LIV Golf, that mark only looks to be tilting further in the United States' direction. Change is needed to freshen up the format and inject some much-needed life back into the event. The easiest way to do that would be to bring the LPGA on board and make the event mixed. The most compelling way would be to strike some sort of truce with LIV and allow the Presidents Cup to be turned into a showdown between the rival organizations. Read full article.

5 iconic moments in Presidents Cup history

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While the event has been very one-sided in favor of the Americans, there's been plenty of iconic moments over the previous 13 editions from both sides. As one can expect, Tiger Woods has played a large role in the history of the event, with his incredible reaction to his singles victory over Abraham Ancer in 2019 a lasting memory for all fans of golf. Read full list.

Previous results

Year Location Winning Team Score
2019 Australia USA 16-14
2017 New Jersey USA 19-11
2015 South Korea USA 15.5-14.5
2013 Ohio USA 18.5-15.5
2011 Australia USA 19-15
2009 California USA 19.5-14.5
2007 Canada USA 19.5-14.5
2005 Virginia USA 18.5-15.5
2003 South Africa Tied 17-17
2000 Virginia USA 21.5-10.5
1998 Australia International 20.5-11.5
1996 Virginia USA 16.5-15.5
1994 Virginia USA 20-12
Guide to the 14th Presidents Cup
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