South Koreans form backbone of International team’s Presidents Cup hopes

South Korea will form the backbone of the International team’s hopes of upsetting the United States at the Presidents Cup with a record four players set to tee off on Thursday at the Quail Hollow Club.

Im Sung-jae, Kim Si-woo, Tom Kim and K.H. Lee make up one-third of Trevor Immelman’s 12-man squad and will be counted on to produce points if the Internationals are to challenge the heavily favored Americans.

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