Trevor Immelman’s International team began the week at Quail Hollow Club outmanned and as massive underdogs before digging themselves a big hole. But for a moment on Sunday, it looked as if the visitors would dig themselves out of it.
That was until the Americans shut the door, winning the Presidents Cup for the 12th time in 14 events.
After winning Saturday afternoon’s fourball session, the Internationals entered Sunday trailing by four points and needing to win at least 8 1/2 of a possible 12 points in singles to pull off the upset. They gave it their all, too, at one point pushing the projected final score to just 16-14.
Match 28: Max Homa (U.S.) def. Tom Kim (INT), 1-up
Homa finishes his first appearance in the Presidents Cup with a 4-0-0 record.
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