2017 Presidents Cup Liberty National Golf Club Final Results

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Day One – Thursday, September 28
Foursome Matches – U.S. 3.5, International 1.5
Match 1 Justin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (U.S.) def. Charl Schwartzel/Hideki Matsuyama (International), 6 and 4
Match 2 Matt Kuchar/Dustin Johnson (U.S.) def. Jhonattan Vegas/Adam Scott (International), 1-up
Match 3 Patrick Reed/Jordan Spieth (U.S.) def. Emiliano Grillo/Si Woo Kim (International), 5 and 4
Match 4 Branden Grace/Louis Oosthuizen (International) def. Daniel Berger/Brooks Koepka (U.S.), 3 and 1
Match 5 Phil Mickelson/Kevin Kisner (U.S.) halved with Marc Leishman/Jason Day (International)
Day Two – Friday, September 29
Four-Ball Matches – U.S. 4.5, International 0.5
Overall – U.S. 8, International 2
Match 6: Jordan Spieth/Patrick Reed (U.S.) halved with Hideki Matsuyama/Adam Hadwin (International)
Match 7: Rickie Fowler/Justin Thomas (U.S.) def. Louis Oosthuizen/Branden Grace (International), 3 and 2
Match 8: Phil Mickelson/Kevin Kisner (U.S.) def. Jason Day/Marc Leishman (International), 1 up
Match 9: Kevin Chappell/Charley Hoffman (U.S.) def. Charl Schwartzel/Anirban Lahiri (International), 6 and 5.
Match 10: Dustin Johnson/Brooks Koepka (U.S.) def. Adam Scott/Jhonattan Vegas (International), 3 and 2
Day Three – Saturday, September 30
Morning Foursomes Matches – U.S. Team 3.5, International 0.5
Overall – U.S. 11.5, International 2.5
Match 11: Patrick Reed/Jordan Spieth (U.S.) def. Jason Day/Marc Leishman (International), 4 and 3
Match 12: Dustin Johnson/Matt Kuchar (U.S.) def. Adam Scott/Adam Hadwin (International), 4 and 3
Match 13: Phil Mickelson/Kevin Kisner (U.S.) def. Jhonattan Vegas/Emiliano Grillo (International), 2 and 1
Match 14: Justin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (U.S.) halved with Louis Oosthuizen/Branden Grace (International)
Day Three – Saturday, September 30
Afternoon Four-Ball Matches – U.S. 3, International 1
Overall – U.S. 14.5, International 3.5
Match 15: Jordan Spieth/Patrick Reed (U.S.) def. Jason Day/Louis Oosthuizen (International), 2 and 1
Match 16: Daniel Berger/Justin Thomas (U.S.) def. Hideki Matsuyama/Jhonattan Vegas (International), 3 and 2
Match 17: Si Woo Kim/Anirban Lahiri (International) def. Charley Hoffman/Kevin Chappell (U.S.), 1-up
Match 18: Dustin Johnson/Brooks Koepka (U.S) def. Branden Grace/Marc Leishman (International), 3 and 2
Day Four – Sunday, October 1
Singles Matches – International 7.5, U.S. 4.5
Overall – U.S. 19, International 11
Match 19 – Kevin Chappell (U.S.) halved with Marc Leishman (International)
Match 20 – Jason Day (International) def. Charley Hoffman (U.S.) 2 and 1
Match 21 — Hideki Matsuyama (International) def. Justin Thomas (U.S.) 3 and 1
Match 22 – Daniel Berger (U.S.) def. Si Woo Kim (International), 2 and 1
Match 23 – Charl Schwartzel (International) def. Matt Kuchar (U.S.) 1-up
Match 24 – Louis Oosthuizen (International) def. Patrick Reed (U.S.), 1-up
Match 25 – Dustin Johnson (U.S.) halved with Branden Grace (International)
Match 26 – Adam Scott (International) def. Brooks Koepka (U.S.), 3 and 2
Match 27 – Jhonattan Vegas (International) def. Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 2 and 1
Match 28 – Kevin Kisner (U.S.) halved with Anirban Lahiri (International)
Match 29 – Phil Mickelson (U.S.) def. Adam Hadwin (International) 2 and 1
Match 30 – Rickie Fowler (U.S.) def. Emiliano Grillo (International) 6 and 4
Presidents Cup Notes
With the 19-11 win this week, the United States owns a 10-1-1 record in the 12 playings of the biennial event. The Presidents Cup returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia in 2019, the site of the lone International Team victory in 1998. The largest overall margin of victory in Presidents Cup history after all sessions is 11 points, when the U.S. defeated the International team 21.5 to 10.5 in 2000.
Daniel Berger, needing one-half point to clinch the Presidents Cup for the U.S. Team, closed out Si Woo Kim 2 and 1 to become the first-ever Presidents Cup “rookie” to clinch the Cup. Berger, 24, is also the youngest player to clinch the Cup for either side.
Four players on the U.S. Team went undefeated this week:
Dustin Johnson    4-0-1
Rickie Fowler     3-0-1
Phil Mickelson    3-0-1
Kevin Kisner       2-0-2
Phil Mickelson, playing in his record 12th Singles match, defeated Adam Hadwin 2 and 1 and is now 4-5-3 in Presidents Cup Singles play. Playing as a Captain’s Selection, Mickelson finished the week 3-0-1 and is 6-0-2 in the last two Presidents Cups, both as a Captain’s Selection. His overall record at the Presidents Cup is 26-16-13.
Phil Mickelson Presidents Cup records
Matches Played:   55
Matches Won: 26
Matches Halved: 13
Most Four-Ball Matches Played: 21
Most Four-Ball Matches Won: 10
Most Foursome Matches Played: 22
Most Foursome Matches Won: 12
Most Singles Matches Played: 12
Playing with his 16th different partner this week at the Presidents Cup, Phil Mickelson posted a 2-0-1 record with partner Kevin Kisner. Partners Mickelson has gone undefeated with in his career:
Partner              Record
Jim Furyk           3-0-0
Zach Johnson      2-0-1
Kevin Kisner       2-0-1
Woody Austin     1-0-2
Sean O’Hair        1-0-1
Justin Leonard     1-0-0
Davis Love III     1-0-0
In his last five Presidents Cup matches dating back to 2009, Phil Mickelson has posted a 15-3-4 record.
Led by Justin Thomas’ 3-1-1 record, the six U.S. Presidents Cup “rookies” combined for a record of 11-7-4.
With Singles losses on Sunday, Matt Kuchar (0-4-0) and Jordan Spieth (0-3-0) are both winless in Singles play in their Presidents Cup careers.
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed became just the 11th duo to earn three or more points together on the week, posting a 3-0-1 record. Two pairings – Louis Oosthuizen/Branden Grace (2015) and Tiger Woods/Steve Stricker (2009) –have won four full points.
2017 Captains’ Picks Records
Player                           Foursomes                  Four-Ball                      Singles              Overall
Charley Hoffman             0-0-0                             1-1-0                             0-1-0                 1-2-0
Phil Mickelson                1-0-1                             1-0-0                             1-0-0                 3-0-1
Emiliano Grillo                0-2-0                             0-0-0                             0-1-0                 0-3-0
Anirban Lahiri                 0-0-0                             1-1-0                             0-0-1                 1-1-1
Since 2007, the U.S. Team leads the International Team in Foursomes play 45-17 and in Four-Ball play 33-29.
2017 Presidents Cup Individual Summaries
U.S. TEAM
Daniel Berger
Foursome: 0-1-0
Four-Ball: 1-0-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 2-1-0
Berger Career Presidents Cup record: 2-1-0
Kevin Chappell
Foursome: 0-0-0
Four-Ball: 1-1-0
Singles: 0-0-1
Total: 1-1-1
Chappell Career Presidents Cup record: 1-1-1
Rickie Fowler
Foursome: 1-0-1
Four-Ball: 1-0-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 3-0-1
Fowler Career Presidents Cup record: 4-3-1
Charley Hoffman
Foursome: 0-0-0
Four-Ball: 1-1-0
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 1-2-0
Hoffman Career Presidents Cup record: 1-2-0
Dustin Johnson
Foursome: 2-0-0
Four-Ball: 2-0-0
Singles: 0-0-1
Total: 4-0-1
Johnson Career Presidents Cup record: 8-4-2
Kevin Kisner
Foursome: 1-0-1
Four-Ball: 1-0-0
Singles: 0-0-1
Total: 2-0-2
Kisner Career Presidents Cup record: 2-0-2
Brooks Koepka
Foursome: 0-1-0
Four-Ball: 2-0-0
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 2-2-0
Koepka Career Presidents Cup record: 2-2-0
Matt Kuchar
Foursome: 2-0-0
Four-Ball: 0-0-0
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 2-1-0
Kuchar Career Presidents Cup record: 6-8-2
Phil Mickelson
Foursome: 1-0-1
Four-Ball: 1-0-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 3-0-1
Mickelson Career record: 26-16-13
Patrick Reed
Foursome: 2-0-0
Four-Ball: 1-0-1
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 3-1-1
Reed Career Presidents Cup record: 4-3-2
Jordan Spieth
Foursome: 2-0-0
Four-Ball: 1-0-1
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 3-1-1
Spieth Career Presidents Cup record: 8-5-1
Justin Thomas
Foursome: 1-0-1
Four-Ball: 2-0-0
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 3-1-1
Thomas Career Presidents Cup record: 3-1-1
International Team
Jason Day
Foursome: 0-1-1
Four-Ball: 0-2-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 1-3-1
Day Career Presidents Cup Record: 5-11-4
Branden Grace
Foursome: 1-0-1
Four-Ball: 0-2-0
Singles: 0-0-1
Total: 1-2-2
Grace Career Presidents Cup record: 6-6-2
Emiliano Grillo
Foursome: 0-2-0
Four-Ball: 0-0-0
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 0-3-0
Grillo Career Presidents Cup record: 0-3-0
Adam Hadwin
Foursome: 0-1-0
Four-Ball: 0-0-1
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 0-2-1
Hadwin Career Presidents Cup record: 0-2-1
Si Woo Kim
Foursome: 0-1-0
Four-Ball: 1-0-0
Singles: 0-1-0
Total: 1-2-0
Kim Career Presidents Cup record: 1-2-0
Anirban Lahiri
Foursome: 0-0-0
Four-Ball: 1-1-0
Singles: 0-0-1
Total: 1-1-1
Career: Presidents Cup record: 1-4-1
Marc Leishman
Foursome: 0-1-1
Four-Ball: 0-2-0
Singles: 0-0-1
Total: 0-3-2
Leishman Career President’s Cup record: 3-7-3
Hideki Matsuyama
Foursome: 0-1-0
Four-Ball: 0-1-1
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 1-2-1
Matsuyama Presidents Cup record: 4-6-3
Louis Oosthuizen
Foursome: 1-0-1
Four-Ball: 0-2-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 2-2-1
Oosthuizen Career record: 7-5-3
Charl Schwartzel
Foursome: 0-1-0
Four-Ball: 0-1-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 1-2-0
Schwartzel Career Presidents Cup record: 7-9-1
Adam Scott
Foursome: 0-2-0
Four-Ball: 0-1-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 1-3-0
Scott Career Presidents Cup record: 14-20-5
Jhonattan Vegas
Foursome: 0-2-0
Four-Ball: 0-2-0
Singles: 1-0-0
Total: 1-4-0
Vegas Career Presidents Cup record: 1-4-0

 

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