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Oosthuizen whinges about haircut before Presidents Cup

SA golfers Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel say the haircuts they got before the start of the Presidents Cup feel like an injury.

Woods, Stricker suffer worst loss in Presidents Cup

Adam Scott and KJ Choi have tied for the biggest margin of victory in the Presidents Cup history, with Tiger Woods scoring his worst loss.

Woods trails in foursomes at Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods needs a back-nine comeback at the Presidents Cup if and he and his partner Steve Stricker hope to win their foursomes match.

Woods eyes Stricker reunion at Presidents Cup

The pairing of Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker could again be set to carry the International team over their hosts in the Presidents Cup.

Tiger-Scott showdown almost inevitable

After a racial slur against Tiger Woods by Adam Scott's caddy, Greg Norman says a showdown between the two at the Presidents Cup is inevitable.

‘Honoured’ Woods picked for Presidents Cup

Former world number one Tiger Woods has said he's "honoured" to be a captain's selection for the Presidents Cup.

Woods aims for Presidents Cup team

Just after the US Presidents Cup team captain criticised Tiger Wood for not playing enough golf, he said he might add another event to his schedule.

Tiger snared for Sydney and Australia Open

Tiger Woods has signed up to play at the Australian Open in Sydney in November, making him a likely starter at the following week's Presidents Cup.

Donald but no Tiger for Australian Masters

World number one Luke Donald will be taking part in the Australian Masters in December but Tiger Woods will not be returning to the event.

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