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International clings to 2-point lead in Presidents Cup

MELBOURNE, Australia — The International team has the lead going into the final day of the Presidents Cup for the first time in 16 years, and it has a trio of rookies to thank for that. Marc Leishman and unbeaten rookie Abraham Ancer staged a remarkable rally Saturday afternoon in foursomes, going from 5 down with eight holes to play to earn a most unlikely halve against Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler. Byeong Hun An and Joaquin Niemann never led in the final match and scratched out another half-point against Matt Kuchar and Tony Finau. That gave the Internationals a 10-8 lead going into today’s singles, and a real chance to win the Presidents Cup for only the second time in its 25-year...


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