Canada’s Pendrith, Conners lose to Homa, Horschel of U.S. at Presidents Cup

American Max Homa made an 11-foot birdie putt on No. 18 to give him and Billy Horschel a 1-up win over Canadians Taylor Pendrith and Corey Conners — representing the International team — in a dramatic four-ball match at the Presidents Cup on Friday in Charlotte.

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Homa needed the putt for the match win after Pendrith drained a 13-foot birdie putt moments earlier in the final clash off the day.

The Americans have a commanding 8-2 lead after two days of the four-day event.

It was the first time in event history that two Canadians played on the same team.

Pendrith, from Richmond Hill, Ont., and Conners, from Listowel, Ont., never led.

Homa was the hero, making birdies on the final two holes to give the Americans the win.

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