Scott laments Cup calamity
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.