The United States won the Presidents Cup in Incheon with a final match victory.
Bill Haas claimed victory in the deciding match against home player Sangmoon Bae, who was playing his final match before two years of compulsory military service in South Korea.
Team USA had gone into the singles matches leading the International Team by one point and as honours were shared on the final day, Haas’ win secured a 15-14 victory.
Leading by one shot after the 17th he also took the final hole for his team’s fifth singles victory of the day.
There were also wins for Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Chris Kirk and Zach Johnson.
The singles winners for the International Team were Adam Scott, Hideki Matsuyama, Steven Bowditch, Marc Leishman and Branden Grace, with two matches being halved.
The United States had led from the first day but were gradually pegged back by their opponents before Haas secured the win with his defeat of Bae.
After sharing the first five holes Haas won the next two before Bae won holes 10 and 11 to level the match.
Haas, a wildcard pick for the United States by his father and team captain Jay Haas, snatched back control on the par-four 12th hole. He sank a 35-foot putt for birdie to regain the lead and never surrendered the advantage, going on to win the last hole to confirm his and America’s win.