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Americans try to hold onto at least one cup — Presidents

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The Presidents Cup looks more like the Ryder Cup every year, at least in one respect. One team does all the winning.

It’s about the only cup the Americans can win anymore.

Tiger Woods, who has won the Memorial five times, returns to Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, with a strong American team that is a heavy favorite to win the Presidents Cup and keep its record perfect on home soil.

Since this event began in 1994 as a chance for players outside Europe to compete in matches styled after the Ryder Cup, the International team has won just one time. That was 15 years ago in Australia.

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