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Sunday, September 25, 2022

The Potential for History

Alright, making up four points in singles is no simple task. But then again, we've seen it done more than once. Who's to say the International team can't do it too?

Si Woo Kim and Tom Kim celebrate victory

Here are the pairings for the 12 singles matches today:

  1. 12:02 p.m.: Justin Thomas (U.S.) vs. Si Woo Kim (INT)
  2. 12:14 p.m.: Jordan Spieth (U.S.) vs. Cam Davis (INT)
  3. 12:26 p.m.: Sam Burns (U.S.) vs. Hideki Matsuyama (INT)
  4. 12:38 p.m.: Patrick Cantlay (U.S.) vs. Adam Scott (INT)
  5. 12:50 p.m.: Scottie Scheffler (U.S.) vs. Sebastian Munoz (INT)
  6. 1:02 p.m.: Tony Finau (U.S.) vs. Taylor Pendrith (INT)
  7. 1:14 p.m.: Xander Schauffele (U.S.) vs. Corey Conners (INT)
  8. 1:26 p.m.: Cameron Young (U.S.) vs. Sungjae Im (INT)
  9. 1:38 p.m.: Billy Horschel (U.S.) vs. K.H. Lee (INT)
  10. 1:50 p.m.: Max Homa (U.S.) vs. Tom Kim (INT)
  11. 2:02 p.m.: Collin Morikawa (U.S.) vs. Mito Pereira (INT)
  12. 2:14 p.m.: Kevin Kisner (U.S.) vs. Christiaan Bezuidenhout (INT)

NBC's live coverage of the singles begins at noon ET. Can the Internationals pull off the upset? I'm not ready to bet against them.

There's an old saying: The door of history swings on small hinges. Let's see which way it swings today!

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