…the President’s Cup, that is.
This week is one of the biggest in golf (perhaps second only, in our humble opinion, to the week of The McGladrey Classic, but hey…we admit, we’re a bit biased when it comes to “our” tournament), with the President’s Cup underway in Incheon, South Korea.
This is the first year the tournament has been in Asia. And the American’s have started fast, winning four of the five foursomes matches at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club to take a 4-1 lead over the Internationals. When things wrapped up yesterday (Wed., Oct. 9), TeamUSA led after 58 of 79 possible holes on Day 1.
Phil Mickelson and our very own Team McGladrey Member Zach Johnson finished the day in the final match, beating Jason Day and Steven Bowditch. What an exciting start to such a great event! We’ll be taking a LITTLE bit of a break from our preparations for the sixth annual McGladrey Classic to watch this week, and to pull for Zach and the rest of TeamUSA. We hope you’ll join us in wishing them the best.
Next week, we’ll be heads-down again gearing up for this year’s McGladrey Classic (Nov. 16 – 22), which will renamed The RSM Classic when the tournament tees off this year. Why the change? To align with McGladrey’s adoption of RSM as its global brand name. There will be lots of other changes for this year’s tournament, as well. Check back in the coming weeks for more details…