Unfancied Internationals stormed to a 4-1 lead by routing Tiger Woods’ United States in the fourballs matches.
Woods played the course in 1998 when the US suffered their lone Presidents Cup defeat and returned 13 years later to roll in the winning putt at the 2011 tournament
Jason Day, ranked 29th, gets International Team Presidents Cup nod against star-studded Tiger Woods-led USA
Australia's former world number one Day will feature in his fifth Presidents Cup despite having seen his ranking slip to 29th, while world number 44 Hadwin will make his second appearance after his debut in 2017.
Shubhankar Sharma will continue his quest to get closer to the ultimate goal of getting onto the PGA Tour, as he tees up at this week at the $9.5 million CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges.
Patrick Reed delivered an overwhelming performance under difficult conditions to seize a two-stroke lead after Friday's second round of the Masters while Tiger Woods struggled but made the cut.
Joburg Open: Shubhankar Sharma becomes first Indian to win title; earns place in next year's British Open
Shubhankar Sharma became the first Indian golfer to clinch the Joburg Open today, his maiden European Tour title that also earned him a ticket to the prestigious British Open next year.
Anderson, the first South African in the US Open final since Cliff Drysdale in 1965 and the first in any Slam since Kevin Curren in 1984, won his three career ATP titles at the 2011 South Africa Open, 2012 Delray Beach Open and 2015 Winston-Salem Open.
Lahiri will try to better his own record for the best finish ever by an Indian at a Major, as he seeks to improve on his tied-fifth place at the 2015 PGA Championship.
"I played quite nicely and 65 is what I needed to do," said Els.
Former European Footballer of the Year Andriy Shevchenko struggled on his professional golf debut in Ukraine but Ernie Els gave him 10 out of 10 for effort.
Els, a two-time winner at both the U.S. Open and British Open, led on his own. after the first and second rounds and was tied for the lead after three rounds.
Kapur was lying tied 48th, while Jeev Milkha Singh was in danger of missing of the cut at tied 117th after the first round.
Images from a dramatic British Open which goes a long way to proving that golf is not a boring sport.
A late attack of the jitters caused Scott to drop strokes at each of the last four holes, allowing Els to slip in through the back door and lift the Claret Jug with a two-under-par 68 and a seven-under total of 273.