Public enemy number one in Melbourne, Patrick Reed ended his losing streak at the Presidents Cup as the USA chased down the Internationals.
The United States wanted plenty of red on the leaderboard on the final day and they have it during the singles showdown.
Maybe Patrick Reed should change caddies more often after racing out of the blocks without his usual right-hand man on Sunday.
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.
Justin Thomas reflected on Saturday's foursomes, which resulted in him and Rickie Fowler losing a commanding lead.
After sitting out Saturday's action, Tiger Woods will resume his playing responsibilities as the USA eye an eighth consecutive trophy.