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Woods, US rally to win Presidents Cup

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MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) The emotions poured out of Tiger Woods, just like they did at Augusta National in the spring, except this felt different.

The Masters was for him.

This was for 11 players - at times his teammates, always under his captaincy - who delivered another American victory in the Presidents Cup and a moment that nearly brought Woods to tears. And when the decisive point was on the board Sunday at Royal Melbourne, Woods celebrated with everyone he could find by hugging them hard enough to take the breath out of them.

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Internationals lose yet again to US

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) The end for the Internationals came about halfway through a mostly cloudy Sunday afternoon at Royal Melbourne. They kept it close, but ultimately the result was the same: another loss for the International side against the United States at the Presidents Cup - the eighth in a row and 11th in 13 tries at the biennial exhibition.

"We were right there at the end. I thought we could do it again, just a couple of matches didn't work our way," International team captain Ernie Els said after the Americans completed a 16-14 win. Read More...

Reed's caddie shoves fan, off bag

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) The caddie for Patrick Reed will not be on the bag for the final session of the Presidents Cup after shoving a spectator who he felt was encroaching too close to Reed while cursing him.

The tour announced the decision after Saturday's dual session, which ended with the International team holding a 10-8 lead. Reed said in a statement he respected the decision and that everyone was focused on winning. Read More...

Leishman, Ancer stage unlikely comeback

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Marc Leishman said it was probably the best he's ever felt on a golf course. Abraham Ancer said he never gave up hope.

The Internationals pair staged the most improbable of comebacks at the Presidents Cup on Saturday, stealing a half-point when they finished all square in their foursomes match against Americans Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler despite being 5-down after 10 holes at Royal Melbourne. Read More...

Todd-Horschel share lead in QBE Shootout

NAPLES, Fla. (AP) Brendon Todd and Billy Horschel shot a 6-under 66 in modified alternate shot Saturday for a share of the second round lead on the QBE Shootout.

Rory Sabbatini-Kevin Tway (67), Harold Varner III-Ryan Palmer (70), Jason Kokrak-J.T. Poston (68) and Charles Howell III-Bubba Watson (66) also were 19 under. Ian Poulter and Graeme McDowell (65) were a stroke back. The tournament will close Sunday with a best-ball round. Read More...

Asian players shining for Internationals

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) C.T. Pan was only 7 years old in Taiwan when the International team won the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne for its only victory in the event. So a video of the historic occasion was essential viewing ahead of matches against the Americans.

"I watched it a couple times, because I love it," Pan said. "It's been 21 long years ... that video definitely pumped and excited everyone." Read More...

Gainey arrested in prostitution sting

BARTOW, Fla. (AP) A professional golfer was one of 124 people arrested in Florida in a prostitution and human-trafficking sting.

Tommy “Two Gloves" Gainey, 44, was arrested Sunday and charged with first-degree misdemeanor solicitation, news outlets reported. Read More...

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