PGA Tour
$ The Presidents Cup
Harding Park Golf Course
Par 70 - 7000 Yards
San Francisco, California
Oct 8 - Oct 11, 2009
 
As of March 3, 2015, at 06:42 PM ET
Field
 
Sunday's fifth round matches
Hunter Mahan def. Camilo Villegas, 2&1
Stewart Cink def. Adam Scott, 4&3
Justin Leonard vs. Mike Weir, halved
Anthony Kim def. Robert Allenby, 5&3
Geoff Ogilvy def. Steve Stricker, 2&1
Sean O'Hair def. Ernie Els, 6&4
Ryo Ishikawa def. Kenny Perry, 2&1
Tim Clark def. Zach Johnson, 4&3
Tiger Woods def. Y.E. Yang, 6&5
Lucas Glover vs. Vijay Singh, halved
Phil Mickelson def. Retief Goosen, 2&1
Angel Cabrera def. Jim Furyk, 4&3
 
Saturday's fourth round matches
Kim/Furyk (USA) def. Scott/Cabrera (INT), 2-up
Allenby/Ogilvy (INT) def. Cink/Glover (USA), 2&1
Weir/Els (INT) def. Leonard/Johnson (USA), 5&3
Woods/Stricker (USA) def. Ishikawa/Yang (INT), 4&2
Mickelson/O'Hair (USA) vs. Singh/Clark (INT), halved
 
Saturday's third round matches
Mickelson/O'Hair (USA) def. Goosen/Villegas (INT), 5&3
Leonard/Furyk (USA) def. Scott/Els (INT), 4&2
Cink/Mahan (USA) vs. Singh/Allenby (INT), halved
Woods/Stricker (USA) def. Weir/Clark (INT), 1-up
Ishikawa/Yang (INT) def. Perry/Johnson (USA), 3&2
 
Friday's second round matches
Mickelson/Leonard (USA) def. Goosen/Scott (INT), 3&2
Weir/Els (INT) def. Kim/Furyk (USA), 2-up
Ishikawa/Yang (INT) def. Perry/O'Hair (USA), 4&3
Singh/Clark (INT) def. Cink/Glover (USA), 1-up
Johnson/Mahan (USA) def. Villegas/Allenby (INT), 2&1
Woods/Stricker (USA) def. Cabrera/Ogilvy (INT), 5&3
 
Thursday's first round matches
Mickelson/Kim (USA) def. Weir/Clark (INT), 3&2
Scott/Els (INT) def. O'Hair/Mahan (USA), 2&1
Singh/Allenby (INT) def. Cink/Glover (USA), 1-up
Perry/Johnson (USA) def. Cabrera/Villegas (INT), 2-up
Woods/Stricker (USA) def. Ishikawa/Ogilvy (INT), 6&4
Leonard/Furyk (USA) vs. Goosen/Yang (INT), halved
 
NOTES
U.S. wins 19 1/2 -14 1/2...Tiger Woods clinched the Cup with his 6 & 5 victory...It was the first time he ever clinched a team competition with his point...This is the third straight Presidents Cup victory for the U.S...It has won six of the eight Presidents Cups.