Through nine months of the year, golf is about as individual a sport as you can find.
It's dog eat dog for the golfers on the PGA Tour in North America and the same holds true in international tournaments.
Team golf takes over in October, as the Presidents Cup takes center stage at Muirfield Village.
While the American golfers have struggled quite badly against Europe's best in the Ryder Cup, the Americans have dominated against the World golfers in the President's Cup.
The two sides will engage in alternate-shot, best-ball and singles matches over the four days of the tournament. It's not about the individual glory in this match, it's simply about which team can prove its superiority and raise the Presidents Cup.
Here's the stock watch of the 24 competitors in this event.