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Hall Helps Team USA Win Palmer Cup in Sunday Singles

Hall, a 2021 PING  First Team All-American, made history this week becoming the first Gamecock ...
Hall, a 2021 PING First Team All-American, made history this week becoming the first Gamecock player ever to compete in the Arnold Palmer Cup for the United States team.(South Carolina Athletics)
Published: Jun. 13, 2021 at 8:17 PM EDT
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SUGAR GROVE, Ill. -- South Carolina’s Ryan Hall defeated Yuxin Lin 1-up in Sunday singles to help the United States team win the Arnold Palmer Cup for the first time since 2018. Team USA defeated Team International 33-27, holding a 13-11 advantage in singles matches today at Rich Harvest Farms.

Hall was 1-down through 12 holes after a birdie by Lin. He tied the match back up with a three on the next hole as Lin made a bogey at the par-3 13th hole. Hall made birdie on 17 to take a 1-up lead and both players carded fives at the par-5 18th hole.The victory pushes the American team’s record to 13-11-1 in the competition, which dates back to 1997.

Hall, a 2021 PING First Team All-American, made history this week becoming the first Gamecock player ever to compete in the Arnold Palmer Cup for the United States team.

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