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The Tour Report

October 5 2013

7:00 PM

Johnson-Dufner (U.S.) def. Sterne-Leishman (Int'l), 4 & 3

DUBLIN, Ohio -- Zach Johnson holed his wedge shot on the final hole to seal the 4 & 3 win with American teammate Jason Dufner over the International duo of Marc Leishman and Richard Sterne in their Foursomes match at The Presidents Cup.


The International Team led 2 up after six holes. At the seventh, they had the advantage after Leishman's quality approach but ended up three-putting to halve the hole. "A momentum shift," Dufner said. From there, Dufner hit several crisp irons and the Americans started winning holes. Birdies at the eighth, ninth and 11th holes gave the U.S. the lead. They ended up winning the last three holes, with Johnson holing out from the fairway for eagle at the par-5 15th.


Jason Dufner. "He got the radar locked on about 3-4 shots," Johnson said.


U.S. Category Int'l
6 Holes won 2
5 Holes led 5
1 Team eagles 0
5 Team birdies 3
1 Team bogeys/worse 1

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