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Tournament results: Presidents Cup

Results for the Presidents Cup are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.
2026
Team Events
n/a
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Venue

Medinah

Score

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (16th). [No.3 course, Medinah CC, Bloomingdale, nr Chicago, IL].

2024
Team Events
n/a
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Score

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (15th). [Blue course, Royal Montreal GC, Ile Bizard, Montreal].

2022
Team Events
USA
17.5 - 12.5
n/a
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

17.5 - 12.5

Prize money

n/a

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (14th) (Sept 23-25; originally scheduled for Sept 30-Oct 3, 2021, but moved to 2022 after the Ryder Cup was moved from 2020 to 2021 due to global coronavirus pandemic). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-Eurpn); 12 top professional golfers per team competing over four days in a total of nine fourball matches, nine foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Davis Love III (USA); Trevor Immelman (RSA). [Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, NC].
Overall result: USA 17.5, Intl team 12.5.
Sunday singles (USA player stated first): Justin Thomas lost to Si-woo Kim (S Kor) 1 up; Jordan Spieth bt Cameron "Cam" Davis (Aus) 4&3; Sam Burns halved with Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn); Patrick Cantlay bt Adam Scott (Aus) 3&2; Scottie Scheffler lost to Sebastián Muñoz (Colombia) 2&1; Tony Finau bt Taylor Pendrith (Can) 3&1; Xander Schauffele bt Corey Conners (Can) 1 up; Cameron Young lost to Sung-jae Im (S Kor) 1 up; Billy Horschel lost to Kyoung-hoon Lee (S Kor) 3&1; Max Homa bt Joo-hyung Kim (S Kor) 1 up; Collin Morikawa bt Mito Pereira (Chile) 3&2; Kevin Kisner lost to Christiaan Bezuidenhout (RSA) 2&1.

2019
Team Events
USA
16 - 14
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

16 - 14

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (13th) (Dec 12-15). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professional golfers per team competing over four days in a total of nine fourball matches, nine foursomes, and 12 singles. Captains: Tiger Woods (USA; playing capt); Ernie Els (RSA; non-playing capt). [West course, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
Overall result: USA 16, Intl team 14.
Sunday singles (USA player stated first): Tiger Woods bt Abraham Ancer (Mex) 3&2; Tony Finau halved with Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn); Patrick Reed bt C.T. Pan (Taiw) 4&2; Dustin Johnson bt Haotong Li (China) 4&3; Bryson DeChambeau halved with Adam Hadwin (Can); Gary Woodland lost to Sungjae Im (S Kor) 4&3; Patrick Cantlay bt Joaquim Niemann (Chile) 3&2; Xander Schauffele bt Adam Scott (Aus) 2&1; Webb Simpson bt Byeong Hun An (S Kor) 2&1; Justin Thomas lost to Cameron Smith (Aus) 2&1; Matt Kuchar halved with Louis Oosthuizen (RSA); Rickie Fowler halved with Marc Leishman (Aus).

2017
Team Events
USA
19 - 11
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

19 - 11

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (12th) (Sept 28-Oct 1). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of nine fourball matches, nine foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Steve Stricker (USA); Nick Price (Zim/Intl). [Liberty National GC, Jersey City, NJ].
Overall result: USA 19, Intl team 11.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Kevin Chappell halved with Marc Leishman (Aus); Charley Hoffman lost to Jason Day 2&1; Justin Thomas lost to Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) 3&1; Daniel Berger bt So-woo Kim (S Kor) 2&1; Matt Kuchar lost to Charl Schwartzel (RSA) 1 up; Patrick Reed lost to Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) 1 up; Dustin Johnson halved with Branden Grace (RSA); Brooks Koepka lost to Adam Scott (Aus) 3&2; Jordan Spieth lost to Jhonattan Vegas (Ven) 2&1; Kevin Kisner halved with Anirban Lahiri (India); Phil Mickelson bt Adam Hadwin (Can) 2&1; Rickie Fowler bt Emiliano Grillo (Arg) 6&4.

2015
Team Events
USA
Jack Nicklaus GC, Kor.
15.5 - 14.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Venue

Jack Nicklaus GC, Kor.

Score

15.5 - 14.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (11th) (Oct 8-11). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of nine fourball matches, nine foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Jay Haas (USA); Nick Price (Zim/Intl). [Jack Nicklaus GC, Incheon, S Korea].
Overall result: USA 15.5, Intl team 14.5; a win for the USA team for the sixth straight time, but by the closest margin to date. The outcome was decided on the final hole of the final match.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Louis Oosthuizen (RSA) halved with Patrick Reed; Adam Scott (Aus) bt Rickie Fowler 6&5; Danny Lee (NZ) lost to Dustin Johnson 2&1; Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) bt J.B. Holmes 1 hole; Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) halved with Bubba Watson; Steven Bowditch (Aus) bt Jimmy Walker 2 holes; Charl Schwartzel (RSA) lost to Phil Mickelson 5&4; Anirban Lahiri (India) lost to Chris Kirk 1 hole; Marc Leishman (Aus) bt Jordan Spieth 1 hole; Jason Day (Aus) lost to Zach Johnson 3&2; Branden Grace (RSA) bt Matt Kuchar 2&1; Sang-moon Bae (Kor) lost to Bill Haas 2 holes.

2013
Team Events
USA
18.5 - 15.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

18.5 - 15.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (10th) (Oct 3-6). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of 11 fourball matches, 11 foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Fred Couples (USA); Nick Price (Zim/Intl). [Muirfield Village GC, Dublin, nr Columbus, Ohio].
Overall result: USA 18.5, Intl team 15.5.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Hunter Mahan bt Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) 3&2; Brandt Snedeker lost to Jason Day (Aus) 6&4; Jordan Spieth lost to Graham DeLaet (Can) 1 hole; Steve Stricker lost to Ernie Els (RSA) 1 hole; Jason Dufner bt Brendon de Jonge (RSA) 4&3; Bill Haas lost to Adam Scott (Aus) 2&1; Zach Johnson bt Branden Grace (RSA) 4&2; Matt Kuchar lost to Marc Leishman (Aus) 1 hole; Tiger Woods bt Richard Sterne (RSA) 1 hole; Keegan Bradley lost to Charl Schwartzel (RSA) 2&1; Webb Simpson halved with Louis Oosthuizen (RSA); Phil Mickelson lost to Angel Cabrera (Arg) 1 hole.

2011
Team Events
USA
19 - 15
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

19 - 15

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (9th) (Nov 17-20). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of 11 fourball matches, 11 foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Fred Couples (USA); Greg Norman (Aus/Intl). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
Overall result: USA 19, Intl team 15.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Kyung-tae "K.T." Kim (S Kor) bt Webb Simpson 1 hole; Charl Schwartzel (RSA) bt Dustin Johnson 2&1; Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) bt Bubba Watson 3&2; Geoff Ogilvy (Aus) bt Bill Haas 2 holes; Jason Day (Aus) lost to Hunter Mahan 5&3; Kyung-Ju "K.J." Choi (S Kor) lost to Nick Watney 3&2; Adam Scott (Aus) bt Phil Mickelson 2&1; Retief Goosen (RSA) bt Matt Kuchar 1 hole; Ernie Els (RSA) lost to Jim Furyk 4&3; Robert Allenby (Aus) lost to David Toms 7&5; Aaron Baddeley (Aus) lost to Tiger Woods 4&3; Yong-eun "Y.E." Yang (S Kor) lost to Steve Stricker 2&1.

2009
Team Events
USA
19.5 - 14.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

19.5 - 14.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (8th) (Oct 8-11). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of 11 fourball matches, 11 foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Fred Couples (USA); Greg Norman (Aus/Intl). [Harding Park GC, San Francisco, CA; now called TPC Harding Park].
Overall result: USA 19.5, Intl team 14.5.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Hunter Mahan bt Camillo Villegas (Col) 2&1; Stewart Cink bt Adam Scott (Aus) 4&3; Justin Leonard halved with Mike Weir (Can); Anthony Kim bt Robert Allenby (Aus) 5&3; Steve Stricker lost to Geoff Ogilvy (Aus) 2&1; Sean O'Hair bt Ernie Els (RSA) 6&4; Kenny Perry lost to Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) 2&1; Zach Johnson lost to Tim Clark (RSA) 4&3; Tiger Woods bt Yong-eun "Y.E." Yang (S Kor) 6&5; Lucas Glover halved with Vijay Singh (Fiji); Phil Mickelson bt Retief Goosen (RSA) 2&1; Jim Furyk lost to Angel Cabrera (Arg) 4&3.

2007
Team Events
USA
19.5 - 14.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

19.5 - 14.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (7th) (Sept 27-30). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of 11 fourball matches, 11 foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Jack Nicklaus (USA); Gary Player (RSA/Intl). [Blue course, Royal Montreal GC, Ile Bizard, Montreal].
Overall result: USA 19.5, Intl team 14.5.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Rory Sabbatini (RSA) lost to Scott Verplank 2&1; Ernie Els (RSA) bt Lucas Glover 2 holes; Vijay Singh (Fiji) lost to Phil Mickelson 5&4; Mike Weir (Can) bt Tiger Woods 1 hole; Angel Cabrera (Arg) bt Woody Austin 2&1; Adam Scott (Aus) bt Zach Johnson 2&1; Trevor Immelman (RSA) lost to David Toms 2 holes; Nick O'Hern (Aus) lost to Stewart Cink 6&4; Geoff Ogilvy (Aus) bt Steve Stricker 1 hole; Kyung-Ju "K.J." Choi (S Kor) bt Hunter Mahan 3&2; Stuart Appleby (Aus) lost to Charles Howell III 2&1; Retief Goosen (RSA) bt Jim Furyk 2&1.

2005
Team Events
USA
18.5 - 15.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

18.5 - 15.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (6th) (Sept 22-25). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of 11 fourball matches, 11 foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Jack Nicklaus (USA); Gary Player (RSA/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
Overall result: USA 18.5, Intl team 15.5.
Sunday singles (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.

2003
Team Events
Tied
17 - 17
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Tied

Score

17 - 17

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (5th) (Nov 20-23). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of 11 fourball matches, 11 foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Jack Nicklaus (USA); Gary Player (RSA/Intl). [Links course, Fancourt, George, Western Cape, RSA].
Overall result: USA 17, Intl team 17. After the two teams had tied on 17-17, a sudden-death playoff between Tiger Woods and Ernie Els was hastily arranged. The playoff lasted three holes without producing a winner. In the gathering darkness no further play was possible, so captains Nicklaus and Player decided the cup would be shared, rather than being retained by the USA as the holders.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Mike Weir (Can) lost to Jim Furyk 3&1; Tim Clark (RSA) lost to Jerry Kelly 1 hole; Nick Price (Zim) lost to Kenny Perry 1 hole; Kyung-Ju "K.J." Choi (S Kor) bt Justin Leonard 4&2; Adam Scott (Aus) lost to Charles Howell III 5&4; Stephen Leaney (Aus) lost to Jay Haas 4&3; Retief Goosen (RSA) bt Phil Mickelson 2&1; Peter Lonard (Aus) bt Fred Funk 4&3; Stuart Appleby (Aus) lost to Chris DiMarco 1 hole; Vijay Singh (Fiji) bt David Toms 4&3; Ernie Els (RSA) lost to Tiger Woods 4&3; Robert Allenby (Aus) halved with Davis Love III.

2000
Team Events
USA
21.5 - 10.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

21.5 - 10.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (4th) (Oct 19-22). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over four days in a total of ten fourball matches, ten foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Ken Venturi (USA); Peter Thomson (Aus/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
Overall result: USA 21.5, Intl team 10.5.
Sunday singles (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.

1998
Team Events
Internationals
20.5 - 11.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

Internationals

Score

20.5 - 11.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (3rd) (Dec 11-13). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over three days in a total of ten fourball matches, ten foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Peter Thomson (Aus/Intl); Jack Nicklaus (USA). [Composite of East & West courses, Royal Melbourne GC, Victoria, Aus].
Overall result: Intl team 20.5, USA 11.5.
Sunday singles (home player stated first): Craig Parry (Aus) bt Justin Leonard 5&3; Nick Price (Zim) bt David Duval 2&1; Frank Nobilo (NZ) lost to Jim Furyk 4&2; Carlos Franco (Para) halved with Phil Mickelson; Shigeki Maruyama (Jpn) bt John Huston 3&2; Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki (Jpn) lost to Scott Hoch 4&3; Greg Turner (NZ) halved with Mark Calcavecchia; Steve Elkington (Aus) halved with Lee Janzen; Ernie Els (RSA) bt Davis Love III 1 hole; Vijay Singh (Fiji) halved with Fred Couples; Greg Norman (Aus) lost to Tiger Woods 1 hole; Stuart Appleby (Aus) lost to Mark O'Meara 1 hole.
Note: the third Presidents Cup, the first held outside the U.S., and a first victory for the International Team.

1996
Team Events
USA
16.5 - 15.5
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

16.5 - 15.5

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The Presidents Cup (2nd) (Sept 13-15). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over three days in a total of ten fourball matches, ten foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Arnold Palmer (USA); Peter Thomson (Aus/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
Overall result: USA 16.5, Intl team 15.5.
Sunday singles (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
PGA Tour

Category

Team Events

Winner (holder)

USA

Score

20 - 12

Prize money

Title sponsor

PGA Tour

The inaugural Presidents Cup (Sept 16-18). USA vs International Team (non-US, non-European). 12 top professionals per team competing over three days in a total of ten fourball matches, ten foursomes, and 12 singles. Non-playing captains: Hale Irwin (USA); David Graham (Aus/Intl). [Robert Trent Jones GC, Gainesville, Virginia].
Overall result: USA 20, Intl team 12.
Sunday singles (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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