Woods sits, International's lead now 9-5

(AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) The Americans are in a big hole at the Presidents Cup, and there's nothing Tiger Woods is doing about it.

Whatever momentum they had going into the double session Saturday at Royal Melbourne vanished as Abraham Ancer and the International team filled the scoreboards with their black-and-gold colors and built a 9-5 lead after three sessions.

Tony Finau birdied the last two holes to at least get a half-point from the final fourballs match for the U.S. team.

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