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Presidents Cup Thursday foursomes pairings feature 10 rookies, powerhouse opening match

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CHARLOTT, North Carolina — After all the speculation and predictions, it’s officially time to kick off the 2022 Presidents’ Cup.

Team USA captain Davis Love III and international team captain Trevor Immelman made their picks for Thursday’s four-man match at Quail Hollow to set the tone for an exciting week. If you’re unfamiliar with the format, let’s say that fours is just an alternating shot where players on the same team play the same ball and the hole is won by the one with the fewest points.

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There are a lot of newcomers on both teams this year – five from the US and eight from the International, and 10 of them will play on Thursday afternoon.

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Here’s what you need to know for the first round of the 2022 Presidents’ Cup.

Couples Fours on Thursdays

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13:05 ET: Adam Scott-Hideki Matsuyama (International) vs. Patrick Cantley-Xander Schauffele (US)

1:17 pm ET: Sungjae Im-Corey Conners (International) vs. Jordan Spit-Justin Thomas (US)

1:29 pm ET: Tom Kim-K. H. Lee (International) vs. Cameron Young-Collin Morikawa (US)

13:41 ET: Si Woo Kim-Kam Davis (International) vs. Scotty Sheffler-Sam Burns (US)

13:53 ET: Taylor Pendrith-Mito Pereira (International) vs. Tony Finau-Max Homa (US)

On the bench

Sebastian Munoz and Christian Bezuidenhout are preparing for the International Championship and will have to wait until at least Friday to make their debut in the Presidents’ Cup. On the American side, Billy Horschel and Kevin Kisner don’t play fours on Thursdays.

The only player in the four with experience in the Presidents Cup, Kisner went 1-0-1 in fours with Phil Mickelson in 2017.

How to watch

Thursday, September 22

Golf Channel/Peacock: 13:00-18:00 ET
PGA Tour Radio: 13:00-18:00 ET


The results of the Presidents Cup: by years the history of the biennale between Americans and internationals

Cup of Presidents 1996
Cup of Presidents 1996

The story originally appeared on GolfWeek.


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