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A city official has asked the PGA Tour to remind Michael Jordan that he cant smoke cigars at Harding Park during the Presidents Cup.

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Michelle Wie has no doubts about where an Olympic gold medal would rank in the minds of professional golfers.
A city official has asked the PGA Tour to remind Michael Jordan that he cant smoke cigars at Harding Park during the Presidents Cup.
Harding Park Golf Course in San Francisco hosts the 8th Presidents Cup matches. Check out our course preview.
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Presidents Cup captains Fred Couples and Greg Norman will meet at 3:45 p.m. (ET) today to make their foursomes matches for Thursday’s start.
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PGA champion Y.E. Yang arrived at the Presidents Cup with a bloodshot right eye.
Greg Norman couldnt hide the obvious discomfort. He sat at a table Tuesday for the opening press conference at the Presidents Cup.
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Does the International Team need to win the Presidents Cup? Join the discussion on the Grey Goose 19th Hole at a special time this week on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET only on Golf Channel.
The Presidents Cup will feature 34 matches over four days at Harding Park.

Most important question as we inch closer to the Presidents Cup – after, of course, the Greg Norman-Chris Evert split – will be who U.S. captain Fred Couples pairs with Tiger Woods?

Phil Mickelson says a minor back injury that flared up last week during practice will not keep him out of the Presidents Cup matches this week at Harding Park.
The Commanders-in-Chief to all the president's men, Lerner throws Harding Park-packed punches.

Ladbrokes lists odds on Americans winning the Presidents Cup at 1-to-3.

The Internationals are listed at 5-to-2.

The odds the competition will end in a tie are 14-to-1.