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2015
Men America
Merritt, Troy
266 (-18)
Played as the Quicken Loans National (Jul 30-Aug 2). Second-placed Rickie Fowler (USA) finished 3 shots behind first-time PGA Tour winner Merritt (USA). 29-year-old Merritt was playing in his 96th start on the Tour. [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, VA].
2005
Team Events
USA
18.5 - 15.5
The Presidents Cup (6th) (Sept 22-25). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-Eurpn). 12 top professionals per team competing in 1x five foursomes, 1x six foursomes, 1x five fourballs, 1x six fourballs and 12 singles. Result: USA 18.5, Intl team 15.5. Non-playing captains: Jack Nicklaus (USA); Gary Player (RSA/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
SUNDAY SINGLES (twelve 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Justin Leonard bt Tim Clark (RSA) 4&3; David Toms bt Trevor Immelman (RSA) 2&1; Tiger Woods lost to Retief Goosen (RSA) 2&1; Kenny Perry bt Mark Hensby (Aus) 4&3; Fred Couples bt Vijay Singh (Fiji) 1 hole; Scott Verplank lost to Mike Weir (Can) 3&2; Jim Furyk bt Adam Scott (Aus) 3&2; Stewart Cink lost to Peter Lonard (Aus) 3&2; Fred Funk lost to Michael Campbell (NZ) 3&2; Davis Love III bt Nick O'Hern (Aus) 4&3; Phil Mickelson halved with Angel Cabrera (Arg); Chris DiMarco bt Stuart Appleby (Aus) 1 hole.
2000
Team Events
USA
21.5 - 10.5
The Presidents Cup (4th) (Oct 19-22). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-Eurpn). 12 top professionals per team competing in 2x five fourballs, 2x five foursomes and 12 singles. Result: USA 21.5, Intl team 10.5. Non-playing captains: Ken Venturi (USA); Peter Thomson (Aus/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
SUNDAY SINGLES (twelve 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Paul Azinger lost to Robert Allenby (Aus) 2&1; David Duval bt Nick Price (Zim) 2&1; Loren Roberts bt Stuart Appleby (Aus) 3&2; Phil Mickelson lost to Mike Weir (Can) 4&3; Davis Love III bt Ernie Els (RSA) 4&3; Tom Lehman lost to Steve Elkington (Aus) 1 hole; Tiger Woods bt Vijay Singh (Fiji) 2&1; Stewart Cink bt Greg Norman (Aus) 2&1; Hal Sutton lost to Carlos Franco (Para) 6&5; Jim Furyk bt Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn) 5&4; Kirk Triplett halved with Michael Campbell (NZ); Notah Begay III bt Retief Goosen (RSA) 1 hole.
1996
Team Events
USA
16.5 - 15.5
The Presidents Cup (2nd) (Sept 13-15). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-Eurpn). 12 top professionals per team competing in 2x five fourballs, 2x five foursomes and 12 singles. Result: USA 16.5, Intl team 15.5. Non-playing captains: Arnold Palmer (USA); Peter Thomson (Aus/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
SUNDAY SINGLES (twelve 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Mark Brooks lost to Craig Parry (Aus) 5&4; David Duval bt Peter Senior (Aus) 3&2; Mark O'Meara bt Nick Price (Zim) 1 hole; Kenny Perry lost to David Frost (RSA) 7&6; Steve Stricker bt Robert Allenby (Aus) 6&5; Scott Hoch bt Mark McNulty (Zim) 1 up; Davis Love III bt Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) 5&4; Justin Leonard lost to Steve Elkington (Aus) 1 hole; Phil Mickelson lost to Ernie Els (RSA) 3&2; Corey Pavin lost to Greg Norman 3&1; Tom Lehman lost to Frank Nobilo (NZ) 3&2; Fred Couples bt Vijay Singh (Fiji) 2&1.
1994
Team Events
USA
20 - 12
The inaugural Presidents Cup (Sept 16-18). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-Eurpn). 12 top professionals per team competing in 2x five fourballs, 2x five foursomes and 12 singles. Result: USA 20, Intl team 12. Non-playing captains: Hale Irwin (USA); David Graham (Aus/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
SUNDAY SINGLES (twelve 18-hole matches; home player stated first): Hale Irwin bt Robert Allenby (Aus) 1 hole; Jay Haas bt Mark McNulty (Zim) 4&3; Jim Gallagher Jr bt Tsukasa Watanabe (Jpn); Phil Mickelson halved with Fulton Allem (RSA); Tom Lehman halved with Vijay Singh (Fiji); John Huston lost to Peter Senior (Aus) 3&2; Scott Hoch halved with David Frost (RSA); Jeff Maggert bt Bradley Hughes (Aus) 2&1; Loren Roberts halved with Frank Nobilo (NZ); Fred Couples bt Nick Price (Zim) 1 hole; Davis Love III bt Steve Elkington (Aus) 1 hole; Corey Pavin lost to Craig Parry (Aus) 1 hole.
 

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