Kiradech Aphibarnrat sets top-50 and Presidents Cup goals
Kiradech Aphibarnrat sets top-50 and Presidents Cup goals

Thai star golfer Kiradech Aphibarnrat will be aiming for a summer to remember as he aims to complete a double mission by breaking into the world’s top-50 and qualifying for the International team for the Presidents Cup in South Korea in October.

Haas, Nick Price Price proud to captain Presidents Cup teams
Haas, Nick Price Price proud to captain Presidents Cup teams

Drawing players from the far-flung corners of the globe and trying to build a team just days before the Presidents Cup has been a factor in the Internationals` poor record in the event, but 2015 captain Nick Price has a few tricks up his sleeve to change things around.

Tiger Woods has Ryder Cup in his sights

Tiger Woods says he is keen to make the US team which will challenge to break Europe`s recent domination of the Ryder Cup when it returns to Scotland after a 41-year gap at Gleneagles in late September.

Woods retains world number one position

American golf star Tiger Woods has reportedly retained his world number one position, according to the latest world rankings which followed the Presidents Cup won by the USA and Seve Trophy won by Europe.

US dominance puts Presidents Cup relevance on the line

Another United States victory at the Presidents Cup raises questions about the relevance of the biennial team competition.

Price asks for a second chance after Internationals lose

Beaten but unbowed after a gruelling week that ended in defeat, Nick Price said he would love another chance to captain the International team at the Presidents Cup.

Couples to relinquish US Cup captaincy

Fresh off his third consecutive victory as captain of the United States Presidents Cup team on Sunday, American Fred Couples intends to step down from the position.

Tiger Woods seals Cup win, still Jack`s pick for 19 majors

Tiger Woods ignored an aching back at the end of a marathon golf weekend Sunday to clinch a dramatic Presidents Cup victory for the United States over the Internationals.

US fend off Internationals fightback to win Presidents Cup

The United States won the Presidents Cup for the eighth time in 10 editions on Sunday, beating the Internationals 18-1/2 to 15-1/2 after Tiger Woods clinched the victory beating Richard Sterne.

Marathon Cup day takes physical toll on players

The foul weather that has played havoc with the Presidents Cup schedule was starting to take a physical toll on the players after another marathon day on Saturday.

Tiger and Kuchar keep their perfect Cup run going

World number one Tiger Woods cannot be the easiest golfer to find a partner for but he has certainly struck up an impressive rapport with Matt Kuchar at the Presidents Cup.

Johnson and Dufner clinch comeback win in perfect style

Zach Johnson holed a spectacular 115-yard wedge shot for eagle to secure a comeback victory with Jason Dufner against Internationals Marc Leishman and Richard Sterne at the Presidents Cup on Saturday.

US Open up five-point lead in Presidents Cup

The United States opened up a commanding five-point lead over the Internationals before play was suspended at the 10th Presidents Cup on Saturday with four matches yet to be completed after another day of foul weather.

Stage set for endurance test at Presidents Cup

An endurance-test finish appeared to be in store for the Presidents Cup as officials try to conclude the storm-hit golf matches by the weekend despite bleak weather forecasts.

Foul weather could force Monday finish for Presidents Cup

Two long rain delays have already forced a backlog of matches at the Presidents Cup on Saturday and the forecast for more showers on the weekend could send the event into a Monday finish, tournament director Steve Carman said.

Mickelson and Bradley turn on the style again

Key United States pairing Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley returned to winning ways at the Presidents Cup on Friday with a 4&3 win over Internationals Jason Day and Graham DeLaet.

US stay one ahead at weather-hit Presidents Cup

With Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley setting the tone, the United States remained one point in front of the Internationals when Friday`s weather-hit foursomes were suspended for the day at the Presidents Cup.

With high fives Tiger enjoys opening win

As much as players and officials like to talk up the competitive nature of the Presidents Cup there was also an end-of-season party atmosphere at Muirfield Village on Thursday with even Tiger Woods joining in the fun.

Stricker helps Spieth overcomes nerves in US debut

Rookie Jordan Spieth had some nervy moments in his Presidents Cup debut but his fine form combined with veteran US team-mate Steve Stricker`s calming influence helped guide the pair to a 1-up victory over Ernie Els and Brendon De Jonge on Thursday.

US fend off late Internationals Cup rally

The United States needed a par on the final hole to retain the overall lead over the Internationals on the first day of the Presidents Cup after almost throwing away a commanding advantage following a lengthy weather delay.