Presidents Cup, Us despite Scottie Scheffler



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Presidents Cup, Us despite Scottie Scheffler

The United States wins the 2022 Presidents Cup in Charlotte and celebrates its ninth consecutive success. The achievement in the 14th edition of the trophy comes despite the flop of world number one, Scottie Scheffler.

Presidents Cup, results

In North Carolina, nothing to do for the International Team (excluding European players), beaten by the hosts with a score of 17.5 to 12.5.

To sign the decisive point, the Californian Xander Schauffele. An appointment to remember for Jordan Spieth, the sixth American player to have won five out of five matches in the event. The only negative note, for the stars and stripes team, was the disappointing performance of Scottie Scheffler: only one draw, three defeats and one exclusion.

This is the loot of the number 1 in the world, also knocked out in the single against Colombian Sebastian Munoz. Nothing to do for Trevor Immelman's International Team, who tried to recover on the third day of competition, but never really got into the game.

And now the balance is 12 US successes, a draw and a single victory for the International Team. That 2022 was the first edition without the professionals who chose to play for the Arab SuperLeague. The United States wins the 14th edition of the Presidents Cup in Charlotte and celebrates the ninth consecutive success in the event.

In North Carolina, nothing to do for the International Team (excluding European players), beaten by the hosts with a score of 17.5-12.5. To sign the decisive point, the Californian Xander Schauffele, gold medal at the Tokyo Games.

An appointment to remember for Jordan Spieth, the sixth American player to have won five out of five matches in the event. The only negative note, for the stars and stripes team, is the disappointing performance of Scottie Scheffler.

Only one draw, three defeats and one exclusion. This is the loot of the number 1 in the world, also knocked out in the single against Colombian Sebastian Munoz. Nothing to do for Trevor Immelman's International Team, who tried the comeback on the third day of competition, but never really got into the game. And now the balance is 12 US successes, a draw and a single victory for the International Team.