The 13th biennial Presidents Cup is here for 2019 as the United States team is pitted against the International team at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Black Rock, Australia from Dec. 12-15. 

Over a period of four days, the two teams will compete using a match play scoring system. This year, the teams are captained by Tiger Woods and Ernie Els for the U.S. and International teams respectively. 

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The U.S. is 10-1-1 all time in the Presidents Cup with the lone loss coming in 1998 at Royal Melbourne. Unlike the Ryder Cup, which pits the U.S. against Europe, the Presidents Cup features an international team assembled with players from non-European nations around the world.

In 2017, the Presidents Cup was held at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J., where the U.S. won its sixth straight tournament 19-11.

Here is all of the information for how to watch the 2019 Presidents Cup, including a full TV schedule, tee times for Tiger Woods, pairings and more.

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Presidents Cup 2019 TV schedule, channel

The Golf Channel is carrying a live boardcast for all four days of the tournament. NBC will air replays of Day 3 on Saturday from 2:30-6 p.m. ET and Day 4 on Sunday from 1-6 p.m. ET. It can also be streamed online with fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial).

Melbourne, Australia is 16 hours ahead of viewers on the United States east coast. All times and dates as Eastern.

Date Time TV Channel
Wednesday, Dec. 11 5:30 p.m. – midnight ET Golf, fuboTV
Thursday, Dec. 12 7 p.m. – midnight ET Golf, fuboTV
Friday, Dec. 13 3 p.m. – 2 a.m. ET Golf, fuboTV
Saturday, Dec. 14 6 p.m. – midnight ET Golf, fuboTV

Presidents Cup pairings, results

Team USA trails the international squad 10-8 through three days of competition. Twelve points are up for grabs during singles play Saturday to decide the tournament.

Saturday, Dec. 14 – singles

Match time Pairings
6:02 p.m. ET Tiger Woods (USA) vs. Abraham Ancer (INT)
6:13 p.m. ET Tony Finau (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama (INT)
6:24 p.m. ET Patrick Reed (USA) vs. C.T. Pan (INT)
6:35 p.m. ET Dustin Johnson (USA) vs. Haotong Li (INT)
6:46 p.m. ET Bryson DeChambeau (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin (INT)
6:57 p.m. ET Gary Woodland (USA) vs. Sungjae Im (INT)
7:08 p.m. ET Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Joaquin Nieman (INT)
7:19 p.m. ET Xander Schauffele (USA) vs. Adam Scott (INT)
7:30 p.m. ET Byeong Hun An (INT) vs. Webb Simpson (USA)
7:41 p.m. ET Justin Thomas (USA) vs. Cameron Smith (INT)
7:52 p.m. ET Matt Kuchar (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen (INT)
8:03 p.m. ET Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman (INT)

Friday, Dec. 13 – four ball

Match time Pairings
USA, 3 & 2 Justin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Haotong Li (INT)
INT, 3 & 2 Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Sungjae Im/Abraham Ancer (INT)
INT, 5 & 3 Webb Simpson/Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama/C.T. Pan (INT)
TIE Matt Kuchar/Tony Finau (USA) vs. Adam Scott/Byeong Hun An (INT)

Friday, Dec. 13 – foursomes

Match result Pairings
USA, 2 & 1 Dustin Johnson/Gary Woodland (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen/Adam Scott (INT)
TIE Justin Thomas/Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Abraham Ancer (INT)
USA, 2 & 1 Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Cameron Smith/Sungjae Im (INT)
TIE Matt Kuchar/Tony Finau (USA) vs. Byeong Hun An/Joaquin Niemann (INT)

Thursday, Dec. 12 – foursomes

Match result Pairings
INT, 3 and 2 Dustin Johnson/Matt Kuchar (USA) vs. Louis Oosthuizen/Adam Scott (INT)
USA, 1 up Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin/Joaquin Niemann (INT)
INT 3 and 2 Webb Simpson/Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Abraham Ancer (INT)
USA, 1 up Justin Thomas/Tiger Woods (USA) vs. Byeong Hun An/Hideki Matsuyama (INT)
TIE Gary Woodland/Rickie Fowler (USA) vs. Sungjae Im/Cameron Smith (INT)

Wednesday, Dec. 11 – four ball

Match result Pairings
USA, 4 and 3 (+1) Marc Leishman & Joaquín Niemann (INT) vs. Tiger Woods & Justin Thomas (USA)
INT, 1 up (+1) Xander Schauffele & Patrick Cantlay (USA) vs. Adam Hadwin & Sungjae Im (INT)
INT, 2 and 1 (+1) Adam Scott & Byeong Hun An (INT) vs. Bryson DeChambeau & Tony Finau (USA)
INT, 1 up (+1) Webb Simpson & Patrick Reed (USA) vs. Hideki Matsuyama & C.T. Pan (INT)
INT, 4 and 3 (+1) Abraham Ancer & Louis Oosthuizen (INT) vs. Dustin Johnson & Gary Woodland (USA)

Presidents Cup teams 2019

Along with Woods, the United States team features the likes of Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Justin Thomas and Matt Kuchar. The International team includes Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, Luis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman. 

Team USA at the 2019 Presidents Cup

United States

Player
Dustin Johnson
Justin Thomas
Matt Kuchar
Xander Schauffele
Webb Simpson
Patrick Cantlay
Bryson DeChambeau
Tiger Woods
Gary Woodland
Tony Finau
Patrick Reed
Rickie Fowler

International team at the 2019 Presidents Cup

International

Player
Hideki Matsuyama
Adam Scott
Louis Oosthuizen
Marc Leishman
Abraham Ancer
Haotong Li
C.T. Pan
Cameron Smith
Joaquin Niemann
Adam Hadwin
Sungjae Im
Byeong Hun An

Presidents Cup format

The Presidents Cup is a match-play event, like the Ryder Cup, featuring 30 individual matches across four days. A match win is worth one point and a tie is worth a half-point. The winning team needs at least 15.5 points.

  • Wednesday: 5 four-ball matches
  • Thursday: 5 foursomes matches
  • Friday early: 4 four-ball matches
  • Friday late: 4 foursomes matches
  • Saturday: 12 singles matches

Presidents Cup purse, winnings

There is no prize money awarded to the winning team at the Presidents Cup. All the proceeds are donated to charities nominated by the players and captains.

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