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Golf Australia Express : Issue 17
ABIENNIAL EVENT played in non-Ryder Cup years, the Presidents Cup was developed to give the world’s best non-European players an opportunity to compete in international team match-play competition. The first event was played in 1994 with a resounding 20-12 USA victory. And there’s been little glory for the International side since. From eight clashes they have one event win and a tie. This week Royal Melbourne—site of the lone Internationals win—becomes the first non-US golf club to host the event twice. And while history plays a part in the build-up, it’ll mean very little to the 24 men teeing it up as they strive to create some history of their own. But will Royal bestow fortune on our boys as it did in 1998? Or will we see scenes like the dramatic tied clash of 2003? Or perhaps, dare we say it, another USA domination? Whatever the result, it’s going to be enthralling to watch the best golfers go head-to-head at one of world golf’s most technically challenging courses. OTG PEEK THE USA vs Internationals November 17-20, 2011 Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Black Rock, Victoria, AUSTRALIA Defending Champ: USA CLASH OF THE TITANS What’s happening in men’s golf this week THE EVENT