The journey to the Presidents Cup 2019 is heating up. With the official international standings being released last month, we finally are getting clearer picture of what both rosters could look like when we head down to the Royal Melbourne Golf Course next year.
The Presidents cup may not be until next year but the FedExCup points have already started topping up. The captains were announced back in March and now we have a first look of who could be representing Team USA in 2019 at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne Australia.
A few weeks ago, Presidents Cup and the PGA Tour announced the captains for the U.S. and International teams. These captains will represent their teams at The Royal Melbourne Golf Course in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Tiger Woods and Ernie Els will both be first-time captains, but are the most experienced when it comes to competition at the Presidents Cup. In 2003, these golfers competed in a dramatic sudden-death playoff during the Presidents Cup in South Africa, where the two teams shared the cup due to a tie.
Despite a resilient effort until the very end by the International Team, the US Team won by a large margin at this year’s Presidents Cup, leading the tournament from the very beginning. From start to finish both teams came to Liberty National Golf Course each day, ready to play the best they could. Although they trailed the entire tournament, the International Team did not give up the fight until late Sunday afternoon when Daniel Berger clinched the final ½ point to secure the win for Team USA.
The 2017 Presidents Cup is merely a week away! As you begin to pack your bags and head to Liberty National Golf Club to watch one of golf’s most elite tournaments, check out our need-to-know list below.
Presidents Cup comes back to the United States this September, giving you a chance to take your employees, key clients and top performers. As one of golf’s most highly anticipated tournaments, Presidents Cup pits Team USA vs. The International Team against each other for a skills show out.
It’s coming down to the wire to determine who will represent Team USA and the International Team in the exclusive Presidents Cup. Held on a rotating schedule with the Ryder Cup, Presidents Cup makes its way back to the United States for the 2017 tournament. In just a couple ofmonths, some of the world’s best golfers will embark on Liberty National Golf Club to compete for the coveted Presidents Cup. Who will come out on top? Time will only tell.
Presidents Cup has brought nations together for over 20 years to compete on the most challenging golf courses around the world. This year it is being brought to the Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey. The course itself is dramatic yet traditional which takes in to account its cultural surroundings of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City Skyline.
As we enter the heart of the PGA Championship, there is only this weekend and two more FedExCup Playoff events between now and the 2017 Presidents Cup which begins September 26th. With that being said, a lot can happen in that short amount of time and the team standings are changing every day. After this weekend, the lineup could be very different than it is now.