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Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup

Fourteen-times golf major champion helps American team win their fourth straight trophy

Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
Tiger Woods found his putting groove to clinch the Presidents Cup for the US, who held off a stiff challenge by the Internationals at Royal Melbourne Golf Club on Sunday (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
The 14-times major champion notched six birdies in a crushing 4&3 win over Australia's Aaron Baddeley to hand the Americans their fourth straight trophy with a total of 19 points to 15 (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
Tiger Woods embraces US team captain Fred Couples after winning his match on the 15th hole (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
Woods's victory was a repeat of 2009, when the former world number one stroked the winning putt against South Korea's YE Yang at San Francisco to hand the United States their sixth Cup (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
Leading the Internationals 13-9 going into the final day in Melbourne, the US needed only five wins from the singles matches but were made to work hard (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
(L-R) Aaron Baddeley of the International team and Tiger Woods shake hands after finishing their match (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
Woods credited team mate and renowned putting wizard Steve Stricker for helping him find his touch on the greens having not been able to buy a putt throughout the tournament (Getty Images)
Woods seals winning point as US clinches Presidents Cup
The 35-year-old finished with a 2-3 record for the tournament having saved his best for last (AFP/Getty Images)