South Korea is the host country for the 11th Presidents Cup which gets underway in the early hours of Thursday morning.
The US team are overwhelming favourites having won eight of the last ten events since its inception in 1994, the International team have only won once in 1998, under the guidance of Peter Thomson.
Below is all you need to know about this years Presidents Cup; the players, captains, tee times and history of the event.
The Jack Nicklaus Golf Club, New Songdo City, South Korea
Team USA– Jay Haas
International Team– Nick Price
Team USA- Jordan Spieth, Bubba Watson, Jimmy Walker, Zach Johnson, Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed, Matt Kuchar, Chris Kirk, JB Holmes, Bill Haas and Phil Mickelson.
International Team- Jason Day, Louis Oosthuizen, Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, Branden Grace, Marc Leishman, Anirban Lahiri, Charl Schwartzel, Thongchai Jaidee, Danny Lee, Steven Bowditch and Sangmoon Bae.
Event Format: (All times GMT)
Thursday– 03:05am, Five foursome matches
Friday– 01:35am, Five four-ball matches
11pm, Four foursome matches
Saturday– 03:35am, Four four-ball matches
Sunday– 02:35am, Twelve singles matches
The structure of the matches has been reduced to 30 points from 34, and will see five foursome matches and five four-ball matches on Thursday/Friday, and four four-ball matches and four foursome matches on late friday evening GMT and in the early hours of Saturday morning. The final twelve points will be decided in the traditional singles matches on Sunday where all team members participate.
1994- US (20-12)
1996- US (16.5-15.5)
1998- INTERNATIONAL (20.5-11.5)
2000- US (21.5-10.5)
2003- TIE (17-17)
2005- US (18.5-15.5)
2007- US (19.5-14.5)
2009- US (19.5-14.5)
2011- US (19-15)
2013- US (18.5-15.5)
Live coverage of the 2015 Presidents Cup is on Sky Sports 4 from 3am on Thursday morning, until Sunday mornings conclusion.