The United States should have had the tournament wrapped up today. Very easily could have been winning 5-1. Weir and Price won the last two holes to win 1up and Els and Scott won the last three to win 1up. Haas and Funk gave away the last two holes to tie Allenby and Leaney I believe. Good to see the US choke. As for the tournament wrapped up comment, I heard today that in the four previous editions of the Presidents Cup, the team that was winning after the first day won the overall title.
BTW, 3.5 - 2.5 is the score after the first day with all matches complete.
For those of you who are watching it right now do not read any further or you'll spoil the excitement of the finish.
By Helen Ross
PGATOUR.COM Chief of Correspondents PGATOUR.COM
GEORGE, South Africa -- The South Africans are justifiably proud of what they call the "Big Five," the ample assortment of buffalo, elephants, lions, leopards and rhino that roam free on the country's many wildlife reserves.
On Saturday at The Presidents Cup, the International Team had not five, but 12 who came up big and won all six Four-Ball matches. The sweep was only the third in history and staked Gary Player's side to a 12½-9½ advantage entering Sunday's finale.
And Tiger loses again. Europeans only need to win 5 of the 12 matches tomorrow to win the Presidents cup.
In the words of Loverboy, "Lovin' every minute of it"