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McIlroy officially will be back to No. 1 Monday for the first time since July 18, 2020. He surpassed Scottie Scheffler, whom he also defeated at the Tour Championship in September to win the FedEx
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But the biennial showdown was far from the blowout predicted, ending in a respectable 17½ to 12½ scoreline.
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The U.S. Team entered the week 11-1-1 in Presidents Cup history.
Speidel, who eagled her last hole of the day, finished first with a 74.
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McIlroy overcame a six-stroke deficit to slip past No. 1 seed Scottie Scheffler and claim the $18 million first prize.
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Reto shot a 4-under-par 67 in the final round to tie up a 19-under 265 for the week.

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Scheffler stood at 19-under par and Schauffele was at 18 under with six holes left to complete, the most of any of the 14 golfers remaining on the course.
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Scheffler led the field by as many as 8 strokes early in the 2nd round
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The field of 29 golfers played through rainy conditions early on as grounds staff had to "squeegee" excess rainwater off some fairways. Isolated thunderstorms are in the forecast for Atlanta for

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