SPORTS DAY: Presidents Cup talk heats up with a week to go

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SPORTS DAY: Presidents Cup talk heats up with a week to go

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Don’t cheer Tiger, Scott urges fans

Australian Adam Scott knows fans at the Presidents Cup will be excited to see Tiger Woods play at Royal Melbourne, but he has urged them not cheer for the golf superstar or anyone else on the US team. Woods, who is playing captain this time round, secured the winning point in 2011, at the same course, and Scott said the Australian crowd was too nice. “Last time it was too friendly,” he said. “Quite bluntly, we want the home-crowd advantage, and I’ll be disappointed if they are cheering enthusiastically for Tiger or anyone on the US team.” ..

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