The 14th Presidents Cup will kick off later this week in North Carolina, where Team USA will attempt to pick up their ninth-straight win in the event.
Though the biennial event has been dominated by the United States since its inception in 1994, both team rosters look significantly different this time around amid golf’s internal feud surrounding the LIV Golf Invitational Series — as players on that controversial Saudi Arabian-backed league aren’t allowed to compete in the Presidents Cup.
Here’s everything you need to know to keep up with the Presidents Cup this week.
Where is the Presidents Cup?
Course: Quail Hollow Club | Charlotte, North Carolina
Par/Yardage: 71 | 7,576 yards
Other Notable Events: Wells Fargo Championship, 2017 PGA Championship, 2025 PGA Championship
How To Watch
Thursday, Sept. 22 | Round 1
TV: Golf Channel | 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET
Friday, Sept. 23 | Round 2
TV: Golf Channel | 11:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET
Saturday, Sept. 24 | Rounds 3 and 4
TV: Golf Channel | 7 a.m. – 8 a.m. ET
TV: NBC | 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. ET
Sunday, Sept. 25 | Round 5
TV: NBC | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET
There are 30 total matches over four days, starting with five on both Thursday and Friday and then eight total on Saturday. All 12 players will then go head-to-head on Sunday to round out the event.
Each match is worth one point. If the match ties, each team will receive half of a point.
Thursday: Foursomes (Alternate Shot)
Friday: Fourball (Best Ball)
Saturday: Foursomes (Alternate Shot), Fourball (Best Ball)
Who is favored to win?
Team USA is listed as a -650 favorite to win on BetMGM.
Team USA Roster
Captain: Davis Love III
International Team Roster
Captain: Trevor Immelman
Si Woo Kim
What happened last time?
The United States, led by playing-captain Tiger Woods, beat the International Team 16-14 in 2019 at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia.
The International Team actually held a 10-8 lead heading into the final day, and had a real chance to hand Team USA just its second loss in the event’s history. The only other International Team win came in 1998 at Royal Melbourne, too.
Yet it was Woods, who went 3-0-0 on the week himself, who led Team USA out on a dominant Sunday. The Americans won six singles matches and tied four to escape Australia with the two-point win.