Woods won all three of his games this week in Royal Melbourne
The American Tiger Woods team dominated Sunday's singles as they defeated the international team 16-14 in Melbourne to win an eighth consecutive Presidential Cup.
The visitors had trailed 10-8 on the last day, but Woods led by example when he defeated Abraham Ancer 3 & 2 in the first game.
Patrick Reed, whose caddy was banned after "pushing" a spectator on Saturday, defeated Taiwan & # 39; s CT Pan 4 & 2.
The US won eight out of 12 points with Matt Kuchar seal victory.
"We did it together," said Woods, who won a 27th victory in the tournament, beating Phil Mickels' record with 26. "We came here as a team. My teammates and my boys all played well, the captains did great.
"It was one of the most amazing challenges, but all the boys, they believed in each other and trusted each other. "
It is the 11th US victory in the 13th edition of the biennial tournament, with one draw.
" We were all the way to the end, but a few games didn't quite go our "The international captain Ernie Els said.
" We're getting closer. We just have to keep it up. "