Scott laments Cup calamity

Sunday Tasmanian - - Sport -

ADAM Scott con­cedes the In­ter­na­tion­als need a mir­a­cle to stay in the Pres­i­dents Cup af­ter their hopes were put on life sup­port in the sec­ond ses­sion.

A star-stud­ded Amer­i­cans put the un­der­dog In­ter­na­tion­als to the sword in yes­ter­day’s four balls, rac­ing six points ahead in the bi­en­nial teams event.

With an 8-2 cush­ion and need­ing just 15½ points, the US can clinch the Cup be­fore the sin­gles matches for the first time in its 23-year his­tory.

“It’s dis­ap­point­ing we’re that far be­hind,” Scott said.

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