The 2019 Presidents Cup will see some of the world’s best golfers head to Royal Melbourne where a United States team, headed by playing captain Tiger woods, take on a star-studed international team.
The Presidents Cup will be played over 4 days at Royal Melbourne Golf Club for the first time since 2011.
Presidents Cup Format
The 2019 Presidents Cup format will include sessions of foursomes, fourball and singles match play with a total of 30 matches to be played over the four day event.
- Thursday – 5 Foursomes or Four-ball matches
- Friday – 5 Foursomes or Four-ball matches
- Saturday morning – 4 Foursomes or Four-ball matches
- Saturday afternoon – 4 Four-ball or Foursomes matches
- Sunday – 12 Singles matches
Presidents Cup Teams
United States: Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Webb Simpson, Matt Kuchar, Bryson DeChambeau, Gary Woodland, Tony Finau, Patrick Reed, Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler
International: Marc Leishman, Hideki Matsuyama, Louis Oosthuizen, Adam Scott, Abraham Ancer, Li Haotong, Cheng-tsung Pan, Cameron Smith, Adam Hadwin, Sungjae Im, Joaquin Niemann, Byeong Hun An
How to watch the 2019 Presidents Cup
Australian residents can watch the 2019 Presidents Cup live on free-to-air broadcaster Channel Nine. They secured the broadcast rights for all 27 hours of live competition during the 2019 Presidents Cup.
Golf fans can also live stream the 2019 Presidents Cup using streaming service Golf.tv.
Presidents Cup History and Results
The Presidents Cup was first played in 1994 at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Virginia. The United States team has an incredible record over the International team, of the 12 matches played to date, the United States team has won 10, the International Team has won 1, with 1 match tied.
|2019||Royal Melbourne Golf Club (3)|
|2017||Liberty National Golf Club||United States||19–11|
|2015||Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea||United States||15½–14½|
|2013||Muirfield Village||United States||18½–15½|
|2011||Royal Melbourne Golf Club (2)||United States||19–15|
|2009||Harding Park Golf Club||United States||19½–14½|
|2007||Royal Montreal Golf Club||United States||19½–14½|
|2005||Robert Trent Jones Golf Club (4)||United States||18½–15½|
|2003||Fancourt Hotel and Country Club||Tied||17–17|
|2000||Robert Trent Jones Golf Club (3)||United States||21½–10½|
|1998||Royal Melbourne Golf Club||International Team||20½–11½|
|1996||Robert Trent Jones Golf Club (2)||United States||16½–15½|
|1994||Robert Trent Jones Golf Club||United States||20–12|
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