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The Tour Report

November 19 2011

11:22 PM

Match 28: Watney def. Choi 3 and 2

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Nick Watney earned his first point of the Presidents Cup on Saturday afternoon in Four-Balls and he rode that momentum into the Singles.

Watney beat K.J. Choi, who was the leading point-getter on the International side, by a 3-and-2 score in the sixth match on Sunday. The U.S. now needs three points to win the match.
Watney never trailed in the match after winning the fourth and fifth holes with a par and a birdie. Choi did manage to square the proceedings with a birdie at No. 7 and a par at the 11th but Watney won three of the next five to earn the win.