The United States eventually showed their class to win the Presidents Cup, which looked unlikely on Friday.
Ernie Els reflected on his International team falling short in their bid to dethrone defending champions the United States in Melbourne.
The USA flipped the script on its head as the defending champions retained their crown in historic fashion on Sunday.
No team had ever won the Presidents Cup after trailing at the start of the final round. But the USA changed that on Sunday.
Tiger Woods and the United States celebrated yet another Presidents Cup triumph after rallying past the Internationals.
The United States wanted plenty of red on the leaderboard on the final day and they have it during the singles showdown.
The USA can maintain their stranglehold on the Presidents Cup, while the Internationals are on track for their first title since 1998.
Tiger Woods was not impressed by the Melbourne crowd after a feisty day three of the Presidents Cup.
After sitting out Saturday's action, Tiger Woods will resume his playing responsibilities as the USA eye an eighth consecutive trophy.
The USA were on track to sweep all four matchups in the foursomes, until the Internationals rallied on Saturday.