Woods' year just keeps on getting better...
Tiger Woods led his U.S. team to a dominant display on Sunday in the singles to overhaul the Internationals and make it eight straight Presidents Cup victories.
Trailing 10-8 at the start of the final days play, Woods put himself up first and came away with a 3&2 win over Abraham Ancer - which proved to be the catalyst for an American rise.
Eight of the twelve points available on Sunday were dispatched by the U.S. to take victory 16 -14 in Melbourne despite the Internationals looking dangerous all throughout the competition.
Patrick Reed also earned a little redemption by defeating C.T Pan 4&2. This was despite his caddie getting banned from the tournament for pushing a fan who was heckling Reed earlier in the competition.
Wood’s win over Ancer was also a record-breaker as it was Tiger's 27th point he has achieved in the Presidents Cup, one more than Phil Mickelson’s previous record of 26.
2019 has been some year for Tiger!