COLUMBUS - Internationals captain Nick Price would not say this week's Presidents Cup against the Americans is a must-win situation, but says his team must at least make a fight of it. "I wouldn't say it's a must win. That's a hard thing to put on anyone," the three-time major winner from Zimbabwe said Tuesday. "But this one needs to be competitive." The Americans own a 7-1-1 edge in the Ryder Cup-styled rivalry against the non-European golfers and have won the past four in a row by margins of three to five points. The tournament is set to start at Muirfield Village, site of the US PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament on Thursday. "Maybe it's harder for us to be more united as a team... I don't believe that for one minute. We all don't like getting beaten. This is, to all of us, a really big week." –AFP