Presidents Cup 2011 Score Update: USA Hanging On In Sunday Singles Matches

The 2011 Presidents Cup is winding down at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia and the USA is poised to take the cup. With all 12 players on each team in action, there's plenty of points up for grabs, and the USA only needs four to take the cup after a strong first three days. As it stands now, the USA leads in six matches, with the International side leading in the other six.

Tiger Woods, playing in the second-to-last match of the day, is up by two through eight holes, putting together a strong round thus far. David Toms, five up through nine, Steve Stricker, three up through eight, Jim Furyk, three up through 10, Nick Watney, one up through 12, and Hunter Mahan, four up through 14, are also leading at this time.

The 2011 Presidents Cup concludes on Sunday in Australia, or Saturday afternoon here in the US, with the singles matches. For more on the Presidents Cup, visit Waggle Room and SB Nation's Golf hub.

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