2022 Presidents Cup scores, results: Live coverage, standings, golf updates, schedule for Day 2 on Friday - CBS Sports

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The United States takes a commanding 4-1 lead into Day 2 of the 2022 Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow Golf Club. The U.S. looked right at home in Charlotte, and the Americans appear primed to win their 12th Presidents Cup if all goes according to plan. Adding to their dominance in foursomes on Thursday, they now shift their attention to four-ball where the U.S. side has drawn square with the International team since 2007.

The Internationals squad is sending out Adam Scott first, once again, despite the eldest member of the away team struggling mightily alongside Hideki Matsuyama on Day 1. He will be paired with his fellow Australian Cameron Davis as the pair aims to take down the American duo of Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. In total, five four-ball matches will be contested as Trevor Immelman's squad attempts to claw its way back into contention.

Despite all the naysayers, falling behind by three points early in the competition is not insurmountable for an away team as showcased by the U.S. in 2019 at Royal Melbourne. In Australia, the U.S. lost the first session at the exact same 4-1 score  only to raise the Presidents Cup by week's end with a 16-14 victory. While the likelihood of the International team replicating this feat is faint, it remains a possibility heading into the second day of event.

2022 Presidents Cup scores, results

Day 2 -- Four-ball

1

Jordan Spieth & Justin Thomas

2 UP thru 10

Adam Scott & Cameron Davis

2

Scottie Scheffler & Sam Burns

1 UP thru 9

Sungjae Im & Sebastian Munoz

3

Cameron Young & Kevin Kisner

1 UP thru 8

Mito Pereira & C. Bezuidenhout

4

Patrick Cantlay & Xander Schauffele

4 UP thru 7

Hideki Matsuyama & Tom Kim

5Billy Horschel & Max Homa
2 UP thru 6Corey Conners & Taylor Pendrith

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Aussies trying to claw closer in Match 1

Cam Davis and Adam Scott have made consecutive birdies to cut their deficit to 2 DN through 10. With both players finding the green on the drivable par-4 11th, they may have a chance to cut it to one with seven holes to play. Stealing a point from Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth could go a long way in this event as the internationals as a whole are beginning to tighten the matches.

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U.S. extending its margin in matches

Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele will have an opportunity to go 4 UP through seven and they are not alone in this international drubbing. Spieth and Thomas are 3 UP on the ninth green and Homa and Horschel just went 2 UP through six. The good news for the away team is they just tied a match, but they will need more than that if they want to have a heartbeat over the weekend.

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Cantlay and Schauffele rolling

The duo again looks unbeatable. They might play the role of Morikawa and DJ or Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari this week and just go out and never lose en route to a rout.

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Three U.S. flags on the board

Leading in the first match of the day, slowly but surely other U.S. partnerships have followed the way of Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas. Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele command a 2 UP lead through five while Max Homa and Billy Horschel are 1 UP through four. The internationals need to start making putts and fast.

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JT and Spieth picking up where they left off

Now 2 UP thru five, the American frontmen are one of two pairs to command a lead on the golf course. Thomas continues to find his stride with the putter in hand while Australians Cam Davis and Adam Scott can't seem to figure out the greens of Quail Hollow. Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay recently went 1 UP in their match.

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Keep an eye on the internationals' putting

The visiting team made just one putt outside 15 feet on Day 1 and just three holes into fourball, they have already matched that total. Sam Burns and Sebastian Munoz traded birdies on the par-4 third to remain tied. Up ahead, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth take a 1 UP lead thanks to a Thomas birdie.

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Kisner gets his first taste of 2022 Presidents Cup

Dapping up George W. on the first tee, Kisner later got up-and-down for par on No. 1. He is paired with Cameron Young and will take on Mito Pereira and Christiaan Bezuidenhout in the third match of the day.

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