For the second straight day, the Presidents Cup could not finish up its scheduled matches before darkness fell in the Columbus area. Only one of the five Four-ball matches out on the course finished, and that got in just under the wire thanks to a hole-out eagle from the fairway by Zach Johnson.
The PGA Tour will resume the fourth session tomorrow morning at 7:35 a.m. ET. Given that the matches are the Foursomes format, play should move quickly as there are only two balls per group in the alternate shot format. The last match is just through nine holes, as Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar play the 10th hole 2-down to Brendon de Jonge and Ernie Els.
Here's where those matches resuming at 7:35 stand:
|Match Progress||International Pairing||USA Pairing|
|USA wins, 4&3||Marc Leishman & Richard Sterne||Jason Dufner & Zach Johnson|
|All Square thru 13||Jason Day & Graham DeLaet||Phil Mickelson & Keegan Bradley|
|INTL 3up thru 12||Louis Oosthuizen & Charl Schwartzel||Webb Simpson & Brandt Snedeker|
|USA 2up thru 10||Adam Scott & Hideki Matsuyama||Steve Stricker & Bill Haas|
|INTL 2up thru 9||Ernie Els & Brendon de Jonge||Matt Kuchar & Tiger Woods|
While these last four matches are wrapping up, the captains for both the Internatioanl and U.S. teams will set the order and matches for the 12 Sunday singles. This selection process and announcement will be done at 8 a.m. ET. Tee times for those 12 singles are set to begin approximately at 9 a.m., with each match going out every 10 to 12 minutes. Of course, both teams will be at the mercy of the weather again on Sunday.