ORLANDO, Florida - After a dominate performance in the first session of the day the International Team built upon their commanding lead once again, earning a 7-5 victory in the evening mixed foursome matches. Team International now leads 26.5-9.5 heading into the Wednesday singles matches.
The Internationals won four of the opening six matches of the day, with victories from Mark Power/Kaleigh Telfer, Alex Fitzpatrick/Gabriela Ruffels, Matthias Schmid/Emma Spitz, Alyaa Abdulghany/Angus Flanagan.
The Swedish duo of Maja Stark and Ludvig Aberg continued their strong play with a 2&1 victory over Garett Reband and Julia Johnson. Stark and Aberg now move to 3-0 thus far on the week.
Despite trailing most of the day, the Americans continued to fight back, earning points in two of the final matches, with victories coming from Allisen Corpuz/Davis Thompson, and Kaitlyn Papp/Pierceson Coody.
The Internationals will look to continue their Tuesday success tomorrow, in search of their second consecutive Arnold Palmer Cup trophy.
Singles matches will tee off at 7:30 a.m. from Bay Hill with live scoring found on www.golfstat.com
Final Round Singles Matches
Match 37: 7:30 am (#1)
Olivia Mehaffey, International vs. Rachel Kuehn, United States
Match 38: 7:35 am (#10)
Mark Power, International vs. Quade Cummins, United States
Match 39: 7:40 am (#1)
Caolan Rafferty, International vs. Evan Katz, United States
Match 40: 7:45 am (#10)
David Puig, International vs. Cooper Dossey, United States
Match 41: 7:50 am (#1)
Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, International vs. Megan Schofill United States
Match 42: 7:55 am (#10)
Ingrid Lindblad, International vs. Kaitlyn Papp, United States
Match 43: 8:00 am (#1)
Ludvig Åberg, International vs. Zach Zediker, United States
Match 44: 8:05 am (#10)
Maja Stark, International vs. Allyson Geer, United States
Match 45: 8:10 am (#1)
Matthias Schmid, International vs. John, Augenstein, United States
Match 46: 8:15 am (#10)
Alex Fitzpatrick, International vs. Davis Thompson, United States
Match 47: 8:20 am (#1)
Yuxin Lin, International vs. Jonathan Brightwell, United States
Match 48: 8:25 am (#10)
Alyaa Abdulghany, International vs. Gina Kim, United States
Match 49: 8:30 am (#1)
Linn Grant, International vs. Allisen Corpuz, United States
Match 50: 8:35 am (#10)
Vincent Norrman, International vs. John Pak, United States
Match 51: 8:40 am (#1)
Adrien Pendaries, International vs. Pierceson Coody, United States
Match 52: 8:45 am (#10)
Emma Spitz, International vs. Kenzie Wright, United States
Match 53: 8:50 am (#1)
Kaleigh Telfer, International vs. Addie Baggarly, United States
Match 54: 8:55 am (#10)
Angus Flanagan, International vs. Ricky Castillo, United States
Match 55: 9:00 am (#1)
Puwit Anupansuebsai, International vs. Garett Reband, United States
Match 56: 9:05 am (#10)
Angelina Ye, International vs. Julia Johnson, United States
Match 57: 9:10 am (#1)
Sophía Garcia, International vs. Jaime Jacob, United States
Match 58: 9:15 am (#10)
Gabriela Ruffels, International vs. Latanna Stone, United States
Match 59: 9:20 am (#1)
Sophie Guo, International vs. Emilia Migliaccio, United States
Match 60: 9:25 am (#10)
About Arnold Palmer Cup
The Arnold Palmer Cup was co-founded by Arnold Palmer and The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) and began at the Bay Hill Club & Lodge, Orlando, Fla., in 1997. The event is a Ryder Cup-style tournament featuring the top men’s and women’s university/college golfers matching the United States against a team of International players. The Arnold Palmer Cup has been played at some of the world’s greatest courses including The Old Course, The Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Baltusrol, The Honors Course, and Cherry Hills. The 2018 matches at Evian Resort Golf Club became the only major tournament which features men and women playing side-by-side as partners.
Since its inception, over 100 former Arnold Palmer Cup alumni have gone on to earn cards on either the PGA Tour, European Tour or LPGA, 29 have represented Europe or the USA in the Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup, and more than 60 have claimed over 250 victories on the PGA or European Tours, including three major championships in 2020. The United States leads the series 12-10-1.
The Arnold Palmer Cup is supported by Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation. The Arnold Palmer Cup provides a platform for perpetuating Arnold Palmer’s commitment to youth development and the growth of amateur/collegiate golf. For more information, please visit ArnoldPalmerCup.com.
About Arnold & Winnie Palmer Foundation
The Arnold & Winnie Palmer Foundation champions its namesakes' legacy through grantmaking and initiatives that support children’s health, youth character development and nature-focused wellness. Learn more at PalmerFoundation.org.
Rolex and the Arnold Palmer Cup
Through an unwavering commitment to the game of golf for more than 50 years, Rolex has developed one of the broadest and longest-standing relationships between brand and sport. These strong ties date back to 1967 when Rolex partnered with legendary golfer Arnold Palmer. The charismatic American holds a special place in golf history thanks as much to his natural talent and successful playing career as to his pioneering role in the sport. Since that pivotal bond, Rolex has gone on to establish partnerships at every level of the sport, including the governing bodies responsible for advancing the sport and the finest players, from The Big Three to the New Guard who are leading the rankings at the moment. The decision to partner the Arnold Palmer Cup was thus a natural progression for the Swiss watchmaker, and a tribute to the Arnold Palmer’s inspiring legacy.
An unrivalled reputation for quality and expertise
Rolex, a Swiss watch manufacture headquartered in Geneva, is recognized the world over for its expertise and the quality of its products. Its Oyster Perpetual and Cellini watches, all certified as Superlative Chronometers for their precision, performance and reliability, are symbols of excellence, elegance and prestige. The word “Perpetual” is inscribed on every Rolex Oyster. But more than just a word on a dial, it is a philosophy that embodies the company’s vision and values. Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of the company, instilled a notion of perpetual excellence that would drive the company forward. This led Rolex to pioneer the development of the wristwatch and numerous major watchmaking innovations, such as the Oyster, the first waterproof wristwatch, launched in 1926, and the Perpetual rotor self-winding mechanism, invented in 1931. Rolex has registered over 500 patents in the course of its history. A truly integrated and independent manufacturing company, Rolex designs, develops and produces inhouse the essential components of its watches, from the casting of the gold alloys to the machining, crafting, assembly and finishing of the movement, case, dial and bracelet. Furthermore, Rolex is actively involved in supporting the arts and culture, sport and exploration, as well as those who are devising solutions to preserve the planet.
The exclusive footwear, apparel, headwear, and glove supplier of the Arnold Palmer Cup, Our mission is what drives us to do everything possible to expand human potential. We do that by creating groundbreaking sport innovations, by making our products more sustainably, by building a creative and diverse global team and by making a positive impact in communities where we live and work.