The 2022 Presidents Cup has suddenly become competitive as the international team cruised through Day 3 at Quail Hollow and now find themselves within easy reach of the heavily favored USA. With the score at 11-7, the United States are still well placed to reach 15.5 points and lift their ninth consecutive Presidents Cup; however, Sunday singles will feel a bit sweatier.

The United States will start with their two stars Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. So far, the good friends have made mincemeat in the competition and collected a 4-0-0 next to each other. Despite the team’s success, Sunday singles is a whole different beast, as evidenced by Spieth’s career singles record of 0-6-1 between the Presidents Cup and the Ryder Cup.

As the Americans loaded up their roster with Thomas, Spieth, Sam Burns, Patrick Cantlay and Scottie Scheffler, the international squad took a different direction. Tom Kim – the star of the week – will feature in Game 10 against Max Homa in a showdown that could either not matter or it could matter a lot and potentially decide the Presidents Cup.

The United States hopes not to reach that point, while the international team prays that the last games will still make sense on Sunday afternoon. Keep it locked here with CBS Sports all day for updates, analysis and live score highlights.

2022 Presidents Cup results, results

Day 4 — Singles


Justin Thomas


If Woo Kim


Jordan Spieth

WIN 4&3

Cam Davis


Sam Burns


Hideki Matsuyama


Patrick Canlay

WIN 3&2

Adam Scott


Scottie Scheffler

WIN 2&1

Sebastien Munoz


Tony Finau

WIN 3&1

Taylor Pendrith


Xander Schauele

1 PU at 16

Corey Conners


Cameron Young

Tie until 15

Sungjae Im


Billy Horschel

2 PU at 15

KH Lee


Max Homa

1 PU at 13

Tom Kim


Collin Morikawa

3 PU at 12

Mito Pereira


Kevin Kisner

Tie until 12

Christiaan Bezuidenhout