2015 Presidents Cup: Day 2 fourball matches, tee times
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2015 Presidents Cup: Day 2 fourball matches, tee times


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It's deja vu all over again.

The Americans have jumped out to a huge 4-1 edge after Day 1 of the 2015 Presidents Cup, creaming the Internationals in the foursomes (or alternate shot) format at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea. The only American pair to lose on Thursday was Matt Kuchar and Patrick Reed, falling to the all-South African duo of Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace.

So, for Day 2, U.S. captain Jay Haas is keeping things pretty much the same, leaving all four teams that won on Thursday in the lineup for Friday. Reed and Kuchar sit on Day 2, replaced by the team of Chris Kirk and Bill Haas. International captain Nick Price only kept his winners together, too, so Ooosthuizen and Grace are back at it, now taking on Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth. Hideki Matsuyama and Anirban Lahiri will sit for the Internationals.

Here are the five fourballs matches for Day 2 of the 2015 Presidents Cup:



Match 6 (9:35 a.m. local time/8:35 p.m. Eastern) -- Dustin Johnson/Jordan Spieth (USA) vs. Louis Oosthizen/Branden Grace (Intl)


Match 7 (9:50 a.m. local/8:50 p.m. Eastern) -- Rickie Fowler/Jimmy Walker (USA) vs. Danny Lee/Sangmoon Bae (Intl)

Match 8 (10:05 a.m. local/9:05 p.m. Eastern) -- Zach Johnson/Phil Mickelson (USA) vs. Adam Scott/Jason Day (Intl)

Match 9 (10:20 a.m./9:20 p.m. Eastern) -- J.B. Holmes/Bubba Watson (USA) vs. Marc Leishman/Steven Bowditch (Intl)

Match 10 (10:35 a.m./9:35 a.m. Eastern) -- Bill Haas/Chris Kirk (USA) vs. Thongchai Jaidee/Charl Schwartzel (Intl)

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