Winners and Losers of the 2013 Presidents Cup

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Winners and Losers of the 2013 Presidents Cup
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For the eighth time in 10 tries, the USA team skunked—or should we say squirreled—the International team in the Presidents Cup beating them handily 18.5 to 15.5.

It’s gotta be tough when your entire team is upstaged by a squirrel. But, that is how the International team must have felt when Lindsay Vonn had some fun with her usually uptight boyfriend, Tiger Woods

Neither incessant rain delays nor a Sunday streaker could help the Internationals who came to Muirfield Village with seven rookies and a difficult uphill battle to win. Matched against America’s best, which included six players ranked in the top 10 in the world, the International team could just not muster enough power or skill to overtake their highly competent foes.

The Americans were so dominant they entered the last day with a 14 to eight lead, making the individual play simply a formality.

Hats off to all of their rookies, but the International team may need to store some acorns for their next event against the USA in 2015 in Korea.

Let's take a look at a list of the winners and losers who teed it up at this year’s Presidents Cup.

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