Tiger Woods, Matt Kuchar — Getty ImagesBefore the horn sounded on Thursday for a weather delay at the Presidents Cup, it seemed that this week would be as most expected it to be. The Americans were leading in every single match, they had their lucky squirrel, and it seemed there was nothing that could stop them during the four-ball matches at Muirfield Village.
But after the weather stoppage, things turned around for Nick Price and the Internationals. Jason Day and Graham DeLaet started playing some good golf, erasing a 3-down deficit to Brandt Snedeker and Hunter Mahan, coming down to the final hole when Day holed the putt of the day for birdie and the full point for the Internationals.
While Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar were throttling Angel Cabrera and Marc Leishman to earn a full point for the Americans, it was the other dynamic duo for Fred Couples that struggled on Thursday.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley, a team that didn't drop a match at the Ryder Cup in 2012, never really found a groove, getting as much as 2-upRead More »from The Americans lead the Presidents Cup after day one, but momentum might be with the Internationals