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International Team Final Standings – President Cup

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In President Cup 2019 two team players qualified. Each team have 12 players. On 18th August 2019 the eight players automatic qualifiers for each team were finalized.

Below the complete list of International team players list and points.

The International group includes the main 8 players with the most Official World Golf Ranking focuses gathered between 27 August 2018 and 18 August 2019 (BMW Championship) and four commander’s picks made toward the beginning of November.

This was a change from 2017 when choice depended on the main players in the Official World Golf Ranking. The quantity of commander’s picks was likewise expanded from two to four.

Position    Player   Points

1    Marc Leishman -192.94

2    Hideki Matsuyama – 187.11

3    Louis Oosthuizen –   184.68

4    Adam Scott  –  180.30

5    Abraham Ancer –   160.39

6   Li Haotong  –  128.63

7    Pan Cheng-tsung –  125.77

8    Cameron Smith – 124.17

9    Jason Day –   120.57

10   Jazz Janewattananond – 113.86

11   Im Sung-jae  –   112.04

12   Justin Harding  –   109.67

13   Corey Conners  – 102.34

14   Shugo Imahira  – 100.47

15    An Byeong-hun  –  97.26

International Teams Predictions


Adam Scott-Marc Leishman (all): I initially had Scott playing with Jason Day, which was a lock, however now he’ll end up with another kinsman with no lack of involvement with this event.

Cameron Smith-Adam Hadwin (Four-Balls): They make a great deal of birdies and satisfy the need to combine a tenderfoot (Smith) with a veteran (Hadwin). Not certain how well they know one another, yet that is constantly an issue with the International Team. In any event they talk a typical language.

Sungjae Im-Byeong Hun A (Foursomes): With Jason Day out, Captain Els has seven new kids on the block, so sooner or later he will probably assemble two. Im and An are uncommonly enduring players (heaps of top-10s), which plays well in this format.

Niemann and Hadwin (Foursomes): The enduring, certain Hadwin can help introduce edgy, wide-looked at freshman Niemann. Scott or Leishman could carry out the responsibility however one needs to accept they will be matched with one another, or Cameron Smith.

Oosthuizen and Ancer (all): Get prepared for the unexpected hit on the International Team. After the veteran Oosthuizen helps youngster Ancer quiet his nerves, the red hot, cocksure Ancer will fire up relaxed Oosthuizen nicely.


Marc Leishman-Cameron Smith (all): These two will play every one of the four sessions all together blending who were T2 finally year’s World Cup and who can bridle the group for Els and his team.

Louis Oosthuizen-Abraham Ancer (all): The experience of Oosthuizen and the fire of tenderfoot Ancer could make an extraordinary matching. Ancer plays Australian conditions well, giving Oosthuizen an enduring stone to fire with.

Adam Scott-Joaquin Niemann (all): Scott has for quite some time been a person to carry new kids on the block into the overlap and in spite of the fact that that was initially set to end this time with a possible Jason Day matching. Since his kindred Aussie is out, the of Niemann could be an extraordinary substitution. Huge groups will fire Niemann up also.

Hideki Matsuyama-Sungjae Im (all): To open the best of Matsuyama in this arrangement, he needs somebody to converse with. Im isn’t familiar with Japanese yet has played on the Japan Tour and communicates in one language the two of them comprehend – birdies.

Byeong Hun An-Adam Hadwin (all): Two folks who played extremely decent steady golf however the fall ought to likewise supplement each other in group play. Hadwin’s putting and A’s ball-striking could make a pleasant combination.


Adam Scott-Cameron Smith (all): This is one to get the Australian fans disturbed up. They’ll have the home group behind them, and this will offer Scott to encourage the youthful Aussie. Scott’s solid ball-striking and Smith’s clever short game should make for an extraordinary combo.

Louis Oosthuizen-Marc Leishman (Four-Balls): Captain Els might need to spread out his veterans and pair them with freshmen, yet I could see these two veterans blending up since Oosthuizen’s long-term accomplice, Branden Grace, isn’t on the team.

Byeong Hun A Sungjae Im (Foursomes): Foursomes is the configuration that requests the most correspondence, so it would bode well to match the two South Korean players together. They’re additionally two of the most sweltering players on the International Team, so that would make a solid pairing.

Abraham Ancer-Joaquin Niemann (all): Two solid ball-strikers will make for a considerable group around Royal Melbourne.

Hideki Matsuyama-Adam Hadwin (Four-Balls): They earned a half-point against the unyielding Spieth-Reed group in 2017. That is an adequate purpose behind them to rejoin this year.


Marc Leishman-Cameron Smith (all): Expect this all-Aussie association to be the enthusiastic support for the International Team.

Haotong Li-C.T. Container (Four-Balls): They’ve addressed each other about playing in the Presidents Cup, so it wouldn’t be a surprise.

Adam Hadwin-Abraham Ancer (Foursomes): My NAFTA exceptional. Also, Hadwin (among Els’ best putters) is a decent parity to Ancer (fabulous off the tee).

Adam Scott-Hideki Matsuyama (all): Scott’s last Presidents Cup organization win was with Matsuyama in 2013. Els urgently needs his supergroup to lead by example.

Sungjae Im-Byeong Hun A (Four-Balls): Both positioned inside the best 45 in birdie normal last season, so there is a lot of upside.