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A look at the United States and International teams during the opening day of Fourball matches

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U.S. team captain Fred Couples holds a plate of cupcakes for his 54th birthday as he gets a hug from International team captain Nick Price before the opening Four-ball matches

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Golf legend Jack Nicklaus walks behind the Ohio State University marching band before the opening Four-ball matches

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The drum major catches his baton as he leads the Ohio State University marching band before the Four-ball matches

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Tiger Woods pats captain Fred Couples on the face before the start of his four-ball match

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Tiger Woods is greeted by former U.S. President George W. Bush before the start of play

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U.S. olympic gold medal skier Lindsey Vonn has her picture taken with former U.S. President George W. Bush at the opening ceremony

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International team member Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask. tees off the first hole

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International team members Jason Day of Australia confers with teammate Graham DeLaet of Canada on the first green

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International team player Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., bumps fists with his caddie Julien Trudeau

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International team member Angel Cabrera and his caddy son Angel Cabrera III

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Phil Mickelson hits of the seventh tee

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International team member Charl Schwartzel of South Africa greets fans on the first tee wearing a wig

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International team member Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa wearing a wig jokes around with U.S. team member Phil Mickelson on the first tee

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Matt Kuchar and teammate Tiger Woods celebrate Kucher's birdie on the first hole

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Golf fans take cover as play is suspended at the Presidents Cup due to heavy rain

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