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Episode 32: A steppingstone for the Internationals at the Presidents Cup | One Take with Alex Miceli

For the Presidents Cup series to matter, the Internationals must start beating the Americans once in a while

The Americans’ latest victory in the Presidents Cup – an eighth consecutive – belies the fact that this series against the Internationals is becoming competitive. But the Internationals still must start winning for this series to matter. Give Tiger Woods, the only undefeated American and the architect behind the U.S. victory, an immense amount of credit. This is yet another achievement in Woods’ quarter century of exceptional performance. Next, he will turn his focus in the new year to winning more major titles.

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