Presidents Cup Golf Betting

The Presidents Cup is a biannual tournament played between a team of United States golfers and a team of International golfers incorporating nationalities from the rest of the world excluding Europe.

The Presidents Cup was established in 1994 and is played under a similar format to that which the Ryder Cup is played. Two teams of 12 men play each other over the course of four days in fouresomes, four-balls and singles format. The major difference from the Ryder Cup format is that all 12 players must play foursome and four-ball matches on the opening day of the Presidents Cup.

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The first two Presidents Cup tournaments were played at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia. Since then the Presidents Cup venue has alternated between the US and territories of the International team.

Presidents Cup Golf History

The Presidents Cup golf was created in 1994 and continues to be organised by the PGA Tour. Gerald Ford, George W Bush, John Howard and Bill Clinton are amongst a number of world leaders that have been made Honorary Chairmen of the event during its history.

The International team led by David Graham then Peter Thompson lost to USA teams led by Hale Irwin and Arnold Palmer respectively in the first two stagings of the event. It was third time lucky for the International team as they got their name on the trophy for the first time when led to victory by Thomas in 1998. The US team regained the trophy in 2000 under the guidance of Ken Venturi before the trophy was shared in 2003 after a tie. Since then the USA team have dominated proceedings winning the next three Presidents Cup golf betting tournaments - twice led by Jack Nicklaus.

No prize money is awarded to the players at the Presidents Cup with all the proceeds going to the players’ selected charities.

Presidents Cup Betting

Presidents Cup golf betting markets are extremely similar to Ryder Cup betting markets. While the outright winner market (USA v International) is the most popular pre-tournament market and certainly attracts the most Golf Betting money throughout the tournament, the many subplots and various four-ball, foresomes and singles matches also attract plenty of betting interest.

Whether you think Tiger Woods will get points on the board for the US or Geoff Ogilvy will keep his nerve for the International team, there’s a market to bet on. Punters can bet on who will be the top American points scorer, top International point scorer and the winner of every individual match-up along with many, many other markets.