2022 Presidents Cup scores, results: Live coverage, standings, golf updates, schedule for Day 1 on Thursday

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2022 Presidents Cup scores, results: Live coverage, standings, golf updates, schedule for Day 1 on Thursday

The 2022 Presidents Cup has shown up. Following some serious time player-association arrangement debates, list arranging by the chiefs and babble about how to zest this occasion up from now on, there is really golf to be played. While many are foreseeing a US victory, the sorcery of group golf at this level is that it quite often feels nearer than it is for longer than it ought to.

That wasn’t the case in 2017 when the U.S. side absolutely waxed the International team, but hopefully, with an amalgamation of big hitters, young stars and an us-against-the-world attitude, we get a Presidents Cup that’s at least interesting through most of Sunday’s singles matches. If you’re looking for where the event could turn, you don’t need to look past the first day. The U.S. has owned the International side in foursome matches over the last 15 years, doing the majority of their damage within this particular format. If that happens again — there’s no reason to believe it won’t — the red, white and blue will likely be off to the races.

2022 Presidents Cup scores, results

Day 1 — Foursomes

1 Patrick Cantlay & Xander Schauffele 6&5 Adam Scott & Hideki Matsuyama
2 Jordan Spieth & Justin Thomas 2&1 Corey Conners & Sungjae Im
3 Cameron Young & Collin Morikawa 2&1 K.H. Lee & Tom Kim
4 Sam Burns & Scottie Scheffler 2 UP Cameron Davis & Si Woo Kim
5 Tony Finau & Max Homa TIED thru 17 Mito Pereira & Taylor Pendrith

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from the first day of the Presidents Cup. Keep it locked here for live scores, updates and highlights.

U.S. lead 4-1 after Day 1 Foursomes

It had sensations of a 5-0 victory and afterward it could be a 2.5-2.5 tie, yet in the end the U.S. holds a 4-1 lead in the wake of opening foursomes. Winning in the foursomes design for the sixteenth consecutive time in the Presidents Cup, the U.S. kept on flexing its solidarity and have placed the internationals stuck pushing ahead. In their 11 earlier triumphs, the U.S. have been on top after the initial meeting in each and are in ideal situation to add the twelfth cup to their case.

Morikawa and Young edge out Lee and Kim 2&1

A birdie bomb on the 17th put the final nail in the coffin. Now commanding a 3-0 lead, this could be the very beginning of the Morikawa and Young partnership. Despite the current margin, there is a chance for the internationals to end this session only down 3-2 which captain Immelman would consider a win.

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The 2022 Presidents Cup is formally in progress at Quail Empty Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. The biennial occasion sets 12 US golf players in opposition to a group of 12 worldwide golf players (with the exception of Europe) in a four-day match play mission for the cup.

This year, world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth lead the American side while Hideki Matsuyama, Corey Conners and Adam Scott lead the Worldwide group.

Fresh off his second-straight Fortinet Championship win, Max Homa is making his team-event debut and will sport the red, white and blue for the first time.


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