Golf fans are very familiar with the struggles of the American team in the Ryder Cup competition.
The same does not hold in the Presidents Cup. In fact, the opposite is true. In this event, it's the international team that is left crying in its beer. The U.S. holds a 7-1-1 edge all-time in this event.
The international team, which features the best golfers in the world who do not come from European countries, features Masters champion Adam Scott (Australia), respected tour veteran Ernie Els (South Africa) and Masters runner-up Angel Cabrera (Argentina).
Here's a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the 12-man international team