Friday, November 18, 2011

Tiger gets the beating of his life

The United States team has begun to dominate the President's Cup and win by 4-2 to provisionally International dispute after the first six 'foursomes' at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia.

It has been a premiere biennial competition with some inequality, since all the victories were decided by large markers, while other two games ended in draws.

The focus was to see the performance of Tiger Woods, who played with a strong partner like Steve Stricker, who signed with a record of four wins in as many games in the 2009 edition, but the American duo streaked to a discreet level and was hit by one of the best international partners of the one formed by the South Korean KJ Choi and Australian Adam Scott.

Historical beating
Greg Norman Pupils gave only his rivals and options very clearly prevailed by a convincing 7 and 6 in a game that took the lead from the second hole, looking very fine with the putt and taking advantage the bad days of Fred Couples to give victory to the only international, Fallon once again in 'foursomes'.

Thus, visitors took three wins thanks to Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson, who could 4 and 2 with Ernie Els and Japan's Ryo Ishikawa, Hunter Mahan and David Toms, who defeated 6 and 5 to Koreans Kim Kyung- tae and YE Yang, and Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk, who won by 4 and 3 to South African Retief Goosen and Australian Robert Allenby.

In addition, there were ties between Bill Haas and Nick Watney with Australian Geoff Ogilvy and South African Charl Schwartzel, winner of the Masters, after wasting two of the hosts took advantage after 14, and between Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar and Australians Aaron Baddeley and Jason Day, who lost two of lead in the final two holes by two bogeys.


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