CHARLOTTE, N.C. - It's advantage Americans in the race to 15½ points on Sunday at the 2022 Presidents Cup, but the Internationals gained some ground on Saturday.
Trevor Immelman's squad dug themselves into a hole with a pair of 4-1 losses on Thursday and Friday but put the shovel down on Saturday. The Internationals split the morning foursomes at Quail Hollow Club then proceeded to win their first session of the week in afternoon four-ball after flipping a pair of matches over the final three holes to bring the overall score to 11-7.
The largest final-session comeback in Presidents Cup history came in 2003 when the Americans overcame a three-point deficit to tie the match at Royal Melbourne in Australia, the lone tie in the event's history. If the Internationals are to win on American soil for the first time, they'll need to claim 8½ of the 12 points up for grabs on Sunday and complete the biggest comeback, and upset, in the event's 28-year history
Here's are the 12 singles matches for the final day of the 2022 Presidents Cup. All times Eastern.
Sunday singles matches, tee times
How to watch, stream, listen
Sunday, Sept. 25
NBC/Peacock: 12-6 p.m. ET
PGA Tour Radio: 12-6 p.m. ET
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