Australian Cam Davis eyes wins over stacked USA Team, how to watch, dates, teams, Foxtel Group

As the world prepares for the 14th Presidents Cup, Fox Sports and Kayo Sports will continue to be the home of golf in Australia.

The multi-year agreement between Foxtel Group and the PGA Tour brings the best golfers to your lounges.

And with the 2028 Presidents Cup taking place on Australian shores, viewers will be able to meet the next Tiger Woods and Scottie Scheffler before they arrive Down Under.

The announcement comes ahead of this week’s Presidents Cup, which will be held at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Internationals include Australians Adam Scott and Cam Davis while Hideki Matsuyama tops the list, which is led by Trevor Immelman.

They will challenge a star-studded US team, with David Love III joining an incredible 12-man group with Scottie Scheffler, Patrick Cantlay, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Tony Finau and world No. 1 Collin Morikawa.

Team USA are the big favorites, but Davis said the Internationals are confident they can take on their favorite rivals.

“I just think it’s just an environment that automatically puts me in a slightly different gear than what I normally play and I feel like that’s still there and I can’t wait to see it , as it’s going to be with so many people watching,” Davis said.

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“It’s going to be a very cool mix of I feel like freedom and … not intimidation, but it’s just going to be a really big environment and I can’t wait to see how I stack up against it. I think that everyone in the team can handle it quite well.

“I think everyone on the international side can look at that as an added ability to get a little bit more out of their game than ever before.

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“The situation could actually produce better golf than we’ve ever played and while this time there’s more pressure to perform and try to hit, at the same time we’re playing in an environment that allows us to break free and get going for it.

“And I think everyone on our side plays golf well enough. If they play with extra freedom and extra positivity, if they play with teammates behind you to support you, I think that will definitely create the kind of environment where we get over that line.”

Australia's Adam Scott will be at this week's Presidents Cup.  Photo: Getty Images
Australia’s Adam Scott will be at this week’s Presidents Cup. Photo: Getty ImagesSource: Getty Images

PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan said he was “delighted to renew our broadcasting agreement with Foxtel Group” and said continuity will gain momentum ahead of Australia hosting the 2028 Presidents Cup.

“Australia has an incredible legacy in golf and we are delighted that Melbourne will host the 2028 Presidents Cup,” said Monahan.

“The momentum behind Foxtel Group is extremely impressive. We look forward to working with them for many years and growing our fan base even further.”

Fox Sports Executive Director Steve Crawley added: “We have a strong relationship with the PGA Tour and this new deal ensures our customers have an even bigger offering with more exclusive content than ever before.

“It’s an exciting time to be a golf fan with events like the Masters, The Open Championship, PGA Championship, US Open, LPGA and Ryder Cup all in one place at Fox Sports.”

international team

Hideki Matsuyama, Tom Kim, Sungjae Im, Mito Pereira, Adam Scott, Corey Conners, Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Taylor Penrith, Sebastian Munoz, Cam Davis, Si Woo Kim,

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Captain: Trevor Immelman

Team USA

Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schauffele, Sam Burns, Scottie Scheffler, Tony Finau, Justin Thomas,

Jordan Spieth*, Collin Morikawa*, Max Homa*, Billy Horschel*, Cameron Young*, Kevin Kisner*

Captain: Davis Love III

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