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2013 -- U.S. Team defeated International team 18 1/2 to 15 1/2
Oct. 1-6

Muirfield Village Golf Club
Dublin, Columbus, Ohio, USA
Captains: Fred Couples, U.S. Team; Nick Price, International Team
Honorary Chairman: 44th U.S President, Barack Obama
Highlights:
• The U.S. Team captured The Presidents Cup for the fifth consecutive time and eighth overall.
• Muirfield Village became the first course to host the Ryder Cup, the Solheim Cup and The Presidents Cup, and the 2013 event also marked the first time The Presidents Cup was played on a course that hosts an annual PGA TOUR event.
• Tiger Woods clinched The Presidents Cup for the U.S. Team for the third straight time, becoming the first player in event history to accomplish that feat.

Complete match results from 2013


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Captain Couples

2011 -- U.S. Team defeated International team 19 to 15
Nov. 17-20

Royal Melbourne Golf Club
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Captains: Fred Couples, U.S. Team; Greg Norman, International Team
Honorary Chairman: Julia Gillard, Australia, Prime Minister
Highlights:
• Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, once again hosted The Presidents Cup in 2011 making it the first golf club to host the overseas event twice.
Jim Furyk's overall record was 5-0, the only unbeaten player at the The Presidents Cup 2011.
There were 10 first time Presidents Cup contestants, 6 on the U.S. Team and 4 on the International squad.

Complete match results from 2011


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Captain Couples and Woods

2009 -- U.S. Team defeated International team 19-1/2 to 14-1/2
Oct. 8-11
TPC Harding Park
San Francisco, California, USA
Captains: Fred Couples, U.S. Team; Greg Norman, International Team
Honorary Chairman: 44th U.S. President, Barack Obama
Highlights:
• The U.S. Team retained the Cup, winning for the sixth time. The U.S. Team remains unbeaten at home.
• The Presidents Cup 2009 marked the first time in The Presidents Cup history that both captains were former participants in The Presidents Cup. Couples has appeared four times (1994, 1996, 1998, 2005) for the United States and Norman three (1996, 1998, 2000) for the Internationals.
Tiger Woods goes undefeated in matches.
Complete match results from 2009


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Austin

2007 -- U.S. Team defeated International Team 19-1/2 to 14-1/2
Sept. 27-30
The Royal Montreal Golf Club
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Captains: Jack Nicklaus, U.S. Team; Gary Player, International Team
Honorary Chairman: Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper
Highlights:
David Toms earned the most points for the U.S. Team.
• Woody Austin fell into the lake on hole 14 while attempting a shot.
• Canadian golf hero Mike Weir thrilled the crowds with a 1-up victory over World No. 1 Tiger Woods in Sunday's singles competition.
Complete match results from 2007


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DiMarco

2005 -- U.S. Team defeated International Team 18-1/2 to 15-1/2
Sept. 22-25
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club
Prince William County, Virginia, USA
Captains: Jack Nicklaus, U.S. Team; Gary Player, International Team
Honorary Chairman: 43rd U.S. President, George W. Bush
Highlight:
Chris DiMarco's 13-foot birdie putt on Sunday won the title for the U.S.
Complete match results from 2005


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Captains Nicklaus and Player

2003 -- U.S. Team & International Team Tied at 17
Nov. 20-23
The Links at Fancourt Hotel and Country Club Estate
George, South Africa
Captains: Jack Nicklaus, U.S. Team; Gary Player, International Team
Honorary Chairman: Republic of South Africa, President Thabo Mbeki
Highlight:
• Tie declared after 34 matches and 3 sudden-death playoff holes between Ernie Els and Tiger Woods.
Complete match results from 2003


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Captains Thomson and Venturi

2000 -- U.S. Team defeated International Team 21-1/2 to 10-1/2
Oct. 19-22
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club
Prince William County, Virginia, USA
Captains: Ken Venturi, U.S. Team; Peter Thomson, International Team
Honorary Chairman: 42nd U.S. President, William Jefferson Clinton
Highlight:
• Largest margin of victory in history.
Complete match results from 2000


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Price and Appleby

1998 -- International Team defeated U.S. Team 20-1/2 to 11-1/2
Dec. 11-13
Royal Melbourne Golf Club
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Captains: Jack Nicklaus, U.S. Team; Peter Thomson, International Team.
Honorary Chairman: Prime Minister of Australia, John Howard
Highlight:
• First time event played outside the U.S.
• International team led by nine points entering singles matches on final day.
Complete match results from 1998


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Captain Palmer

1996 -- U.S. Team defeated International Team 16-1/2 to 15-1/2
Sept. 13-15
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club
Prince William County, Virginia, USA
Captains: Arnold Palmer, U.S. Team; Peter Thomson, International Team
Honorary Chairman: 41st U.S. President, George H. W. Bush
Highlight:
• Fred Couples' birdie putt on 17 beat Vijay Singh to retain the Cup for the U.S.
Complete match results from 1996


1994 -- U.S. Team defeated International Team 20 to 12
Sept. 16-18
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club
Prince William County, Virginia, USA
Captains: Hale Irwin, U.S. Team; David Graham, International Team
Honorary Chairman: 38th U.S. President, Gerald R. Ford
Highlight:
• Fred Couples clinched victory for the U.S. with a tap-in birdie on the final hole.
Complete match results from 1994

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