Meet the Presidents Cup International Team

The Greg Norman dozen has lots of experience in the Presidents Cup.

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San Francsico's Harding Park becomes the center of the golf universe this week.
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Golf experts say Norman took at chance when he picked Adam Scott for the team. Scott tied for second at the Sony Open, but hasn't sniffed the top-10 since.
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Robert Allenby, from Australia, last appeared in the competition in 2003. He finished in the top ten nine times last year.
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Angel Cabrera is, from Argentina, picked up his second major this year when it beat Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a Masters playoff. He's described as imaginative and fearless.
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Camilo Villegas is a Colombian who recently played college (golf) ball in Florida. If he can clean up his putting, he could be one to watch.
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Ernie Els is probably the one most identified with this world competition, after taking on Tiger in South Africa only to end the match play in a tie.
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Mike Weir also has a great Tiger memory in his past after beating Woods at Royal Montreal two years ago.
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Geoff Ogilvy is also an Aussie. He started the year with two wins in his next five starts.
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Retief Goosen won the Transitions Championship earlier this year ending a four year drought.
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Ryo Ishikawa, from Japan, is still in his teens. He is Greg Norman's "Captain's Pick"
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Tim Clark, from South Africa, nearly got his first PGA win earlier this year at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.
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Vijay Singh, from Fiji, and his American counterpart, Phil Mickelson, are the only players to have competed in every Presidents Cup.
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Korean Y.E. Yang is sure to be a crowd favorite following his win over Tiger Wood this summer at the PGA Championship.
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