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Americans continue to dominate International team at Presidents Cup

Americans continue to dominate International team at Presidents Cup

Phil Mickelson rolled in a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to cap off another big day for the Americans and set a record for the largest lead after two sessions in Presidents Cup history.

Another day like this and that's what the International team will be — history.

Mickelson and Kisner never led against Jason Day and Marc Leishman until the par-three 18th hole Friday at Liberty National in Jersey City, N.J. Mickelson poured in his birdie putt, and Leishman missed his from about the same range.

About the only thing that went wrong was the celebration. Mickelson, who on Thursday cropped himself out of a selfie with the last three U.S. presidents, missed a move in...

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