JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — A capsule look at Saturday’s matches at the Presidents Cup:


Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth, United States, def. Jason Day and Marc Leishman, International, 4 and 3.

Leishman began this match by driving into the water to fall behind the Americans early, and the match was square when Reed gunned a birdie putt some 12 feet by that led to a three-putt bogey. Day chipped in from below the seventh green for a 1-up lead, and the International team kept the lead with matching bogeys on No. 8 when the Americans three-putted again. The match was all square at the turn, and then it ended quickly. Day drove into a video board tower complex on the 12th. Spieth hit wedge to 6 feet on the 13th. Day drove into a bunker that led to bogey on the 14th. And the Americans closed them out when Spieth hit a wedge to 6 feet on the 15th.


Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar, United States, def. Adam Scott and Adam Hadwin, International, 4 and 3.

Johnson and Kuchar didn’t have to work very hard in this match. Starting at No. 5, the Americans won three straight holes with a bogey, par and birdie as Scott and Hadwin couldn’t put anything together. The Americans were 4 up at the turn when Adams tried to chip away. They won the 10th with a birdie and pulled to within 2 down with a birdie on the 13th. Scott drove into a fairway bunker on No. 14, Hadwin laid up and Scott was 50 feet right of the flag on the third shot. They three-putted for a double bogey to fall 3 down with four to play, and the Americans closed without with a birdie on the 15th.


Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner,…