2021 Presidents Cup Predictions and Odds

2021 Presidents Cup – Odds

The odds for the Presidents Cup 2021 are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook and 888Sport NJ.

Sportsbook USA Tie Team International
DraftKings -335 +1400 +335
888Sport NJ -335 +1400 +335

2021 Presidents Cup – Event Information

Currently scheduled for 2021, the Presidents Cup could be postponed depending on how the professional golf calendar sorts itself after the coronavirus pandemic.

With a real chance of the Ryder Cup moving to 2021, the 14th Presidents Cup could move to 2022.

For now, the event retains its original 2021 slot, and is scheduled to begin on September 30 in Charlotte.

When September 30 to October 3
Where Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, NC
The Course 71-par, 7,600 yards

2021 Presidents Cup Format

The 2021 Presidents Cup will likely retain the format from the last three editions of the tournament.

This means that 30 points will be in play, with the winner needing at least 15.5. The tournament consists of 5 foursomes or 5 four-balls on days 1 and 2, with 4 foursomes and 4 four-balls on day 3 and finally, 12 singles matches on the last day.

Recapping the 2019 Presidents Cup

The United States team trailed for most of the event, with the International team leading the score at the end of all three days.

However, the visiting team rallied back on day 4. Led by captain Tiger Woods, the American team defeated the International team 8-4 in singles.

At the end of the final day, the US team had successfully defended its Presidents Cup title with a final score of 16-14.

2021 Presidents Cup United States Team

Although it’s a bit too early to guess the American lineup, it will be interesting to watch which top players are going to miss out on the selection.

In 2019, then world number 1 Brooks Koepka did not participate in the tournament because of a knee injury.

Tiger Woods was named the team captain for 2019 but has yet to announce his decision for 2021. Woods led the American team as its top performer with a perfect 3-0-0 record.

Playing on home soil, the United States team is the clear favorite to win the Presidents Cup for the 12th time.

2021 Presidents Cup International Team

The International team came close to winning its second-ever Presidents Cup.

Four-time major champion Ernie Els announced that he will not return for a second stint as the captain. The South African star earned plenty of praise for his job but still decided against a return for 2021.

Abraham Ancer surprisingly led the team with a 3-1-1 record, his only loss coming on the final day against Woods. Rising star Im Sung-jae also had a 3-1-1 record.

The International team has yet to announce its new captain.

Once again, it will be an uphill battle for the visiting team, which holds an overall record of 1-11-1.

FAQ – What You Need to Know About the 2021 Presidents Cup

When is the 2021 Presidents Cup?

The 2021 Presidents Cup will be played from September 30 to October 3, but could be postponed to 2022 depending on what happens to the 2020 Ryder Cup date.

Who won the 2019 Presidents Cup?

The United States team won the 2019 Presidents Cup after a comeback during the final day, clinching its 11th title.

Who are the 2021 Presidents Cup captains?

The captains for the 2021 Presidents Cup have not been nominated yet, although Ernie Els, the 2019 International Team captain, confirmed that he won’t return for 2021.

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