Found November 20, 2011 on Yahoo! Sports:
PLAYERS: Greg Norman
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The International team trailed 4-2 after the opening session in the Presidents Cup and never caught up. That's how it was two years ago at Harding Park, in 2007 at Royal Montreal. International captain Greg Norman believes it's time for a change. Norman said if he could change anything about the Presidents Cup, it would be to give the host team the option of deciding the schedule of play,...
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