The Presidents Cup is a match play competition between a group speaking to the United States and an International Team speaking to whatever remains of the world short Europe, made and composed by the PGA Tour. The occasion is held like clockwork, facilitated then again in the USA and in nations spoken to by the International Team. The Presidents Cup has been held biennially since 1994.
At first it was held in even numbered years with the Ryder Cup in odd numbered years, in any case, the crossing out of the 2001 Ryder Cup because of the September 11 assaults pushed the two competitions back a year, and the Presidents Cup is presently held in odd numbered years. Partner of the Presidents Cup is the Ryder Cup, or, in other words competition. The arrangement of the Presidents Cup contrasts from the Ryder Cup fundamentally in that it incorporates an additional six matches. Up until 2015, the USA had won everything except one occasion, in 1998. The 2003 Presidents Cup finished in a tie.