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United States 21½ - International 10½ The 4th Presidents Cup Matches were held in 2000 between October 19 and October 22. They were played at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia, USA. The United States team won the competition by a margin of 21½–10½. The honorary chairman was American President Bill Clinton. Contents 1 Format 2 Teams 2.1 Team International 2.2 Team United States 3 Thursday's matches 4 Friday's matches 4.1 Morning Four-Ball 4.2 Afternoon Foursomes 5 Saturday's matches 6 Sunday's matches 6.1 Singles 7 External links Format Both teams had 12 players plus a non-playing captain. The competition was four days long unlike the past three tournaments where there were three days of competition. The same amount of matches were still played though. On the first day foursomes were played. On the second day four-ball and foursomes was played. On the third day four-ball was played. On the fourth and final day singles were played. Teams Team International Captain: Peter Thomson Robert Allenby Stuart Appleby Michael Campbell Steve Elkington Ernie Els Carlos Franco Retief Goosen Shigeki Maruyama Greg Norman Nick Price Vijay Singh Mike Weir Team United States Captain: Ken Venturi Paul Azinger Notah Begay III Stewart Cink David Duval Jim Furyk Tom Lehman Davis Love III Phil Mickelson Loren Roberts Hal Sutton Kirk Triplett Tiger Woods Thursday's matches All matches played were foursomes. International Results United States Elkington/Norman 5 and 4 Mickelson/Lehman Allenby/Appleby 1 up Sutton/Furyk Weir/Goosen 3 and 2 Cink/Triplett Singh/Els 1 up Woods/Begay III Price/Franco 1 up Duval/Love 0 Foursomes 5 0 Overall 5 Friday's matches Morning Four-Ball International Results United States Campbell/Goosen 4 and 3 Sutton/Azinger Weir/Elkington 3 and 2 Lehman/Roberts Price/Norman 6 and 5 Furyk/Duval Maruyama/Franco 3 and 2 Woods/Begay Singh/Els 2 and 1 Mickelson/Love 4 Four-Ball 1 4 Overall 6 Afternoon Foursomes International Results United States Allenby/Appleby 2 and 1 Cink/Triplett Franco/Maruyama 5 and 4 Roberts/Azinger Singh/Els 6 and 5 Woods/Begay Campbell/Goosen 4 and 2 Sutton/Lehman Price/Weir 6 and 4 Mickelson/Duval 1 Foursomes 4 5 Overall 10 Saturday's matches All matches played were four-ball. International Results United States Campbell/Norman 6 and 5 Sutton/Furyk Weir/Elkington 2 and 1 Lehman/Mickelson Price/Els 3 and 2 Love/Duval Allenby/Franco 1 up Triplett/Cink Singh/Goosen 2 and 1 Woods/Begay 1 Four-Ball 4 6 Overall 14 Sunday's matches Singles International Results United States Allenby 2 and 1 Azinger Price 2 and 1 Duval Appleby 3 and 2 Roberts Weir 4 and 3 Mickelson Els 4 and 3 Love Elkington 1 up Lehman Singh 2 and 1 Woods Norman 2 and 1 Cink Franco 6 and 5 Sutton Maruyama 5 and 4 Furyk Campbell halved Triplett Goosen 1 up Begay 4½ Singles 7½ 10½ Overall 21½ External links Official scores 1998 Presidents Cup International 20½ USA 11½ 2000 Presidents Cup USA 21½ International 10½ 2003 Presidents Cup Tied at 17 v · d · ePresidents Cup 1994 | 1996 | 1998 | 2000 | 2003 | 2005 | 2007 | 2009 v · d · eUnited States Presidents Cup team – 2000 Paul Azinger • Notah Begay III • Stewart Cink • David Duval • Jim Furyk • Tom Lehman • Davis Love III • Phil Mickelson • Loren Roberts • Hal Sutton • Kirk Triplett • Tiger Woods Ken Venturi (non-playing captain) Won: 21.5 – 10.5 v · d · eInternational Presidents Cup team – 2000 Robert Allenby • Stuart Appleby • Michael Campbell • Steve Elkington • Ernie Els • Carlos Franco • Retief Goosen • Shigeki Maruyama • Greg Norman • Nick Price • Vijay Singh • Mike Weir Peter Thomson (non-playing captain) Lost: 10.5 – 21.5