Live blog: Day 3 at the Presidents Cup
October 09, 2015
- October 09, 2015
- Sangmoon Bae and Hideki Matsuyama made nine birdies in their first 11 holes during Saturday's four-ball win. (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
SONGDO IBD, INCHEON CITY, South Korea -- The United States will begin Sunday's 12 singles matches at the Presidents Cup with the slimmest of leads. The visitors lead, 9.5-8.5, after Saturday's eight matches.
The United States is seeking its sixth consecutive Presidents Cup victory, while the International Team is trying to win the Cup for just the second time.
"Today was just unbelievable," said Branden Grace, who is 4-0 this week with partner Louis Oosthuizen. Korea's Sangmoon Bae provided highlights for the home fans, going 1-0-1 with Japan's Hideki Matsuyama, including a dominant 6-and-5 win in Saturday afternoon's Four-Balls.
The U.S. and International teams tied 3-3-2 to keep things close entering the final round of the first Presidents Cup in Asia.
"We're motivated. We need to win the Presidents Cup," Oosthuizen said.
They'll have a chance.