Consistent pairings for Saturday morning foursomes at Quail Hollow
The United States holds a record-tying 8-2 lead after two sessions at Quail Hollow with a busy full schedule awaiting Saturday at the Presidents Cup.
After just one session was completed Thursday and Friday, there will be two sessions and eight matches total over the entire day in Charlotte.
The morning foursomes matches look very similar to Thursday's with all teams being exactly the same as the opening session.
Day 3 foursomes pairings (All times ET)
Match 11, 7:12 a.m.: Sungjae Im/Corey Conners (International) vs. Jordan Spieth/Justin Thomas (USA)
Spieth and Thomas will once again put their perfect foursomes record on the line at the Presidents Cup against arguably the International team's best player in Im. Conners has struggled over the opening two sessions but possesses the elite ball-striking ability to combine with Im and give the American stars a challenge.
Match 12, 7:24 a.m.: Adam Scott/Hideki Matsuyama (International) vs. Cameron Young/Collin Morikawa (USA)
Scott and Matsuyama are both still looking for their first points at this year's Presidents Cup and will hope to exact some revenge after a disappointing 6&5 loss Thursday. Young and Morikawa combined brilliantly in the opening session, as the two-time major winner took full advantage of the 25-year-old's booming drives to pepper the flag with pinpoint approaches.
Match 13, 7:36 a.m.: KH Lee/Tom Kim (International) vs. Scottie Scheffler/Sam Burns (USA)
After losing on Thursday, Scheffler and Burns were on fire in four-ball Friday with a round of 9-under. The good friends will hope to carry that momentum to Saturday and avenge the opening-session loss. Kim's excitable personality has been a revelation for the Internationals, but the 20-year-old is still looking for his first point in the event after two losses.
Match 14, 7:48 a.m.: Si Woo Kim/Cameron Davis (International) vs. Tony Finau/Max Homa (USA)
Kim and Davis grabbed the International team's lone point Thursday and will look for another against Homa and Finau. Homa provided plenty of excitement Friday in the four-ball session, getting back-to-back birdies on the closing two holes to snatch a victory for the Americans. Davis played well in a four-ball loss while Kim rested Friday, so the Korean should be full of energy Saturday morning.
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