The Quail Hollow, home of the annual President’s Cup for the best golfers in the world is set to grace the world stage once again this weekend.
Closing September out with one of the best tournaments there is around, golf fans are excited to see the possibility of a team battle in a sport where individuals are the main attraction.
This year’s tournament will feature twelve golfers per team, half from the United States and half from an international pool of players.
These gentlemen have been hand-picked to put on the best show for fans around the world and make this Championship a competitive one.
Like the Ryder Cup in structure, the President’s Cup looks to give some of these players a great weekend of exposure, as well as an opportunity to make a name for themselves in the history books.
Although it is indeed a team-oriented environment, standout performers will be key to watch and therefore players will need to be teed up to the best of their abilities.
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Team United States will be heading into this tournament as the heavy favourite amongst the two sides, and for good reason.
The returning golfers in the clubhouse will be a pack of top twenty players including some notables: Scottie Scheffler, Justin Thomas, and Patrick Cantlay.
These are just a few of the top players that will be headlining the squad into the weekend.
At Quail Hollow, most of these players figure to get a shout on the individual matches and will help their team negotiate a victory.
The points system that this tournament plays with, will surely help the United States because of the insane depth they have with their roster.
There is no question that they have the more talented squad when going through the depths and finding players like Colin Morikawa who isn’t even in the top three, I mentioned.
The team will likely have a laid-back attitude and use this event as an opportunity to refine their games and enjoy the team environment before heading out to the courses as individuals fighting against one another.
The international side of things will have a bunch of seasoned veterans within the PGA golf scene, there is no denying that they will have to play at their best to contend with the United States, but anything is possible.
Lead gaffer Adam Scott will be at the helm, however talented players such as Sungjae Im and Matsuyama will be there to back the international men up.
There are a ton of matchups that are intriguing within this team, and it will be a good opportunity to see if the rest of the world has what it takes to compete with the U.S. in a set team tournament.
Team international have a bunch of in-form players which will make them scary on the weekend of play, ruling out nothing from happening.
Look for the top two Asian players to play most of the rubbers and try to take out some of the big dogs the United States possesses.
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The international side has some definite value in this matchup, even with the top-heavy talent discrepancy within the U.S.