The U.S. Team celebrates with the trophy after they defeated the International Team 19 to 11 in the Presidents Cup at Liberty National Golf Club on October 1, 2017 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Elsa/Getty Images/AFP
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The United States won their seventh consecutive Presidents Cup over the International team Sunday even as the final margin of eight points disguised the one-sided nature of the event.A Sunday rally by the beleaguered Internationals, who won six of the 12 singles matches and halved three others, allowed the visitors to avoid a record defeat and escape Liberty National with a little pride.The American team certainly impressed Donald Trump, the first sitting U.S. president to present the cup to the winning captain.Among the International winners in singles were former world No. 1s Jason Day and Adam Scott, as well as Hideki Matsuyama, currently the team's top-ranked player.Spieth won his first four matches this week, but he still copped a friendly ribbing at the winning team's press conference.
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