USA Team: Presidents Cup Golf 2019 Preview & Prediction

If you have been vouching for USA Team for the Presidents Cup Golf 2019, the preview and prediction are all you need to get on the right track rooting for your favorite team.

USA Team Presidents Cup Golf 2019

As we know, Phil Mickelson has been participating in the Presidents Cup since its establishment in 1994. However, it is going to an end in December since the biannual Presidents Cup comes back to the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia.

Meanwhile, it was up to Tiger Woods in regard to the Mickelson role in the USA vs International Golf event. Woods had the right to select four more golfers for the 12-man squad. Woods is now no. 7 in the Official World Golf Ranking. This makes the respective golfer as the fifth-ranked golfer in the Presidents Cup.

The Presidents Cup will make the US team against the International team. All countries will be up against the US team. But this year, the US team is better on paper. Most of their members are ranked above the International team, except for no. 22 Matt Kuchar. So, it is fair that folks will favor the US

Presidents Cup: Meet Tiger Woods and Team USA

Dustin Johnson
Age: 35
PGA Tour wins: 20
Presidents Cup appearances: 3 (2011, 2015, 2017)
Presidents Cup record: 8-4-2

Justin Thomas
Age: 26
PGA Tour wins: 11
Presidents Cup appearances: 1 (2017)
Presidents Cup record: 3-1-1

Rickie Fowler
Age: 30
PGA Tour wins: 5
Presidents Cup appearances: 2
Presidents Cup record: 4-3-1
Note: Fowler replaced World No. 1 Brooks Koepka after Koepka withdrew with a knee injury on Nov. 20.

Matt Kuchar
Age: 41
PGA Tour wins: 9
Presidents Cup appearances: 4 (2011, 2013, 2015, 2017)
Presidents Cup record: 6-8-2

Xander Schauffele
Age: 26
PGA Tour wins: 4
Presidents Cup appearances: First

Webb Simpson
Age: 34
PGA Tour wins: 5
Presidents Cup appearances: 2 (2011, 2013)
Presidents Cup record: 5-3-2

Bryson DeChambeau
Age: 26
PGA Tour wins: 5
Presidents Cup appearances: First

Patrick Cantlay
Age: 27
PGA Tour wins: 2
Presidents Cup appearances: First

Tiger Woods
Age: 43
PGA Tour wins: 82
Presidents Cup appearances: 8 (1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013)
Presidents Cup record: 24-15-1

Gary Woodland
Age: 35
PGA Tour wins: 4
Presidents Cup appearances: First

Patrick Reed
Age: 29
PGA Tour wins: 7
Presidents Cup appearances: 2 (2015, 2017)
Presidents Cup record: 4-3-2

Tony Finau
Age: 30
PGA Tour wins: 1
Presidents Cup appearances: First

For the entire President Cup’s history, the International counterparts only managed to attain a single victory. It happened two decades ago. For the first time, Royal Melbourne was the witness of the four-day intense match. However, that was it. Since then, the US has been dominating the series, surfacing them as the victorious part. However, the winning is flawed by the 2003 records wherein the Presidents Cup had no winners. It was the first and the only tie in the cup history.

The 2019 Presidents Cup will happen between 9 to 15 December where Tiger Woods’ USA team will take Ernie Els’ Rest of the World side at Royal Melbourne, Australia. We have done witnessing the automatic qualification and see that the first eight players represent each site plus the four captain’s picks.

The Presidents Cup will involve the US team and the International team minus the Europe since they will come for Ryder Cup. Every two years, folks flock the city of event to root for their favorite golfers.

There are 30 matches in total that spans for four days of the competition time. Well, it will be rough and awesome at the same time since players from the top ranked sites have come to win their team.

Many people have been optimistic that the Team US will once again win the competition. Obviously, as we mentioned before, most of the members of the Team US are ranked above the international counterparts. That means, on paper, Team US should not be struggling to overcome the barriers to win the competition.

There is no prize money awarded for the Presidents Cup. All of the money will go to the charities. In 12 Presidents Cup Events, Team US has won 10 of them. The International Team has won 1. Meanwhile, a single match was tied.

Again, on Paper, team US will dominate this charity event. One reason is that Phil Mickelson holds the record for the most points with 32.5 won. He also has the most foursome points and four ball points. Then Team US have Tiger Woods who has scored the most singles points in history with six won. Not to mention that the other players who are ranked above most of the players in the International team. If you are supporting the team US, you shouldn’t worry too much.

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