Canada’s Graham DeLaet produced some final day heroics that kept the International team in the match.
Ultimately, these two great shots weren’t enough to get the Internationals home but they were stunning shots all the same.
The first was a chip-in to ensure his foursome pairing with Jason Day got a half point in their match against Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley.
The second greenside bunker shot was holed on the same 18th hole, this time to beat Jordan Spieth in his Sunday singles match.
DeLaet finishing the Presidents Cup with 3.5 out of a possible five points from his matches, tying Jason Day with the best International record this week. Expect to see a lot more of DeLaet at the top of leaderboards next year, a break out win won’t be far away.