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2013 Presidents Cup: Thursday’s pairings

Pairings for Thursday’s four-ball matches in the opening session of the Presidents Cup at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio:

11:45 a.m.: Jason Day-Graham DeLeat (Int.) vs. Hunter Mahan-Brandt Snedeker

International captain Nick Price knows his team needs to start fast.

11:59: Adam Scott-Hideki Matsuyama (Int.) vs. Bill Haas-Webb Simpson

Haas and Simpson, a pair of former Wake Forest stars, get what they wanted – to be paired together.

12:13 p.m.: Louis Oosthuizen-Charl Schwartzel (Int.) vs. Phil Mickelson-Keegan Bradley

Will Mickelson and Bradley have the same magic together as in the Ryder Cup?

12:27: Ernie Els-Brendon de Jonge (Int.) vs. Steve Stricker-Jordan Spieth

Insiders say Spieth came in acting like he belongs – because he does.

12:41: Angel Cabrera-Marc Leishman (Int.) vs. Matt Kuchar-Tiger Woods

Everybody, captain Fred Couples said, wants to play with Tiger. Kooch gets him.

12:55: Branden Grace-Richard Sterne (Int.) vs. Zach Johnson-Jason Dufner

International team would love a full point in the day’s final match.

Ron Green Jr.

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