U.S. won the Cup, but week belonged to Weir
MONTREAL -- If he arrived here through the back door -- as many in his home country believed on the eve of the Presidents Cup -- Mike Weir sure wasn't departing Royal Montreal Golf Club in that manner.A procession fit for the prime minister or maybe an escort by the Canadian Mounties was certainly in order after Weir took down the game's No. 1 player, Tiger Woods, in a stirring singles match that made the galleries sound as if the Habs had won the Stanley Cup. It was a hockey-type ...
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Where: Royal Montreal Golf Club; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Yardage/Par: 7,171 yards; par 70
Champion: United States
• Presidents Cup leaderboard
Day 3 coverage
• Recap: U.S. takes 7-point lead
• Harig: Sunday won't lack for drama
• Harig: U.S. continues mastery of foursomes
• Sobel: Saturday foursomes analysis
• Sobel: Saturday four-ball analysis
• Sobel: Breaking down the rosters
• Harig: Five reasons the Internationals will win
• Sobel: Five reasons the U.S. will win
• Experts' predictions: Who will win the Cup?
• Harig: Does Nicklaus hold key to U.S. success?
• Sobel: Thursday foursomes preview
• Fact or Fiction
• Harig: Woods still searching for a partner
• Harig: Five ways the Presidents Cup beats the Ryder Cup
• Alt Shot: Why isn't the Presidents Cup more popular?
• Hawkins: Steve Stricker's overdue diligence
• Rubenstein: Native son Weir seeking big week
• Chat wrap: Sobel