CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA | Adam Sperling arrived in this city nearly 4½ years ago with one professional purpose:
Make the Presidents Cup matches the most successful ever.
The bottom line.
Delayed by one year because of COVID-19 and with the competitive side of the matches disrupted by the departure of several players – particularly on the International side – to LIV Golf, the 2022 Presidents Cup arrives at Quail Hollow Club next week, and Sperling’s to-do list is full of check marks.
The competition itself is out of Sperling’s hands – that’s up to the two captains and their 12 players – but everything else is primed and ready to go.
“You look at the trajectory of the city of Charlotte, the trajectory of the Presidents Cup from 1994 through Tiger and Ernie (as captains in 2019) and then the trajectory of professional golf and Quail Hollow from the Kemper Open (in the 1970s) to the seniors event to the Tour returning in 2003 and then the (2017) PGA Championship, I think we have thi...
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