Jordan Spieth leads Team USA to their ninth consecutive victory in the 2022 Presidents Cup.

On Sunday afternoon at Quail Hollow Club in North Carolina, Team USA easily defeated the International Team 17.5–12.5 to win the biannual competition

for the tenth time in a row. The Americans have a current overall record of 12-1-1 and have never suffered a defeat in the US.

Team USA had a four-point advantage going into the singles matches on Sunday and was just 4.5 points away from winning.

Jordan Spieth was the first to record a victory on Sunday, defeating Cam Davis to finish the week with a perfect 5-0-0 record, 

making him just the sixth player in event history to do so. It was also his first singles victory in a Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup.

For the International Team, K.H. Lee defeated Bily Horschel, Christiaan Bezuidenhoust defeated Kevin Kisner, and Sebastian Munoz defeated top-ranked Scottie Scheffler.

Scheffler's difficult week came to an end with a 0-3-1 record. To complete the score for the Americans, Collin Morikawa defeated Mito Pereira, 

and Max Homa defeated Tom Kim after falling behind by three at the halfway point.