Tiger Woods will play on Thursday with the 19th partner his team-match career when he tees off with Matt Kuchar in a fourball match in the opening session of the Presidents Cup.
Kuchar is the 10th player to team with Woods in the Presidents Cup, in which Woods has a record-sharing 20 wins in his seven previous appearances in the biennial match pitting the United States against any country outside of Europe.
Here's a look at Woods record with every partner he has ever had in the Presidents and Ryder Cups.
|Notah Begay III||2000||PC||2-2-0|
|Fred Couples||1998, 2005||PC||1-2-0|
|Davis Love III||2002, 2004||RC||3-0-0|
|Charles Howell III||2003, 2007||PC||3-2-0|
|Jim Furyk||2005, 2007||PC||3-1-1|
|Steve Stricker||2010, 2012||RC||3-3-0|
In the Presidents Cup, Woods is only undefeated with David Toms, with whom he played one match in 2007 at Royal Montreal. He has a winning record with only three other players: Steve Stricker (4-1 in 2009), Charles Howell III (3-2-0 split between 2003, 2007) and Jim Furyk (3-1-1 split between 2005, 2007).
By comparison, Phil Mickelson has been on American teams since 1995 and has 19 different partners, too.
Davis Love III
Ernie Els, who has been a part of almost every Presidents Cup, has had nine: