2005 Presidents Cup

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2005 Presidents Cup
Dates   September 22–25, 2005
Venue   Robert Trent Jones Golf Club
Location   Gainesville, Virginia, U.S.
Captains   Jack Nicklaus (USA)
Gary Player (International)
USA   18½    15½   International
USA wins the Presidents Cup

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The 6th Presidents Cup Matches were held in 2005 between September 22 and September 25. They were played at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia, USA. The United States team won the competition by a margin of 18½–15½. The honorary chairmen was former President of the United States George H. W. Bush.

Format[edit]

Both teams had 12 players plus a non-playing captain. The competition was four days long with 34 total matches worth a single point each. Although the number and type of matches played was the same as in previous events, the schedule was slightly altered. Six foursome matches were played on the first day and six four-ball matches were played on the second. On the third day, five four-ball matches were played in the morning and five foursome matches were played in the afternoon. The competition concluded with twelve singles matches on the final day. Because of the unresolved outcome in the previous President's Cup, an additional change was made to the structure. Under the new format, the singles matches would go to extra holes if at the conclusion of the 18 hole round the match was all-square and the Cup had not been decided.

Teams[edit]

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Team International[edit]

Captain: South Africa Gary Player

Team United States[edit]

Captain: Jack Nicklaus

Thursday's matches[edit]

All matches played were foursomes.

International Results United States
Scott/Goosen 4 and 3 Woods/Couples
Singh/Hensby halved Funk/Furyk
O'Hern/Clark 1 up Mickelson/DiMarco
Lonard/Appleby 4 and 2 Leonard/Verplank
Campbell/Cabrera 2 and 1 Love/Perry
Immelman/Weir 6 and 5 Cink/Toms
Foursomes
Overall

Friday's matches[edit]

All matches played were four-ball.

International Results United States
Campbell/Cabrera halved Mickelson/DiMarco
Scott/Goosen 3 and 1 Couples/Toms
Immelman/Weir 2 and 1 Leonard/Verplank
Singh/Clark halved Funk/Cink
Lonard/O'Hern 3 and 2 Love/Perry
Appleby/Hensby 3 and 2 Woods/Furyk
3 Four-Ball 3
Overall

Saturday's matches[edit]

Morning foursomes[edit]

International Results United States
Goosen/Scott halved Leonard/Verplank
Campbell/Cabrera 5 and 3 Mickelson/DiMarco
Singh/Appleby halved Woods/Furyk
Clark/O'Hern 2 and 1 Funk/Toms
Immelman/Weir 1 up Love/Cink
2 Foursomes 3
Overall

Afternoon four-ball[edit]

International Results United States
Goosen/Scott 5 and 4 Leonard/Verplank
Lonard/O'Hern 6 and 5 Mickelson/DiMarco
Campbell/Cabrera halved Love/Couples
Hensby/Clark 5 and 3 Perry/Cink
Singh/Appleby 2 up Woods/Furyk
Four-Ball
11 Overall 11

Sunday's matches[edit]

Singles[edit]

International Results United States
Clark 4 and 3 Leonard
Immelman 2 and 1 Toms
Goosen 2 and 1 Woods
Hensby 4 and 3 Perry
Singh 1 up Couples
Weir 3 and 2 Verplank
Scott 3 and 2 Furyk
Lonard 3 and 2 Cink
Campbell 3 and 2 Funk
O'Hern 4 and 3 Love
Cabrera halved Mickelson
Appleby 1 up DiMarco
Singles
15½ Overall 18½

External links[edit]

2003 Presidents Cup
Tied at 17
2005 Presidents Cup
USA 18½ International 15½
2007 Presidents Cup
USA 19½ International 14½

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