1. Fancourt, South Africa, 2003. After Els's putt, it became clear there wasn't enough light to continue. All the players had plans to fly out the next day, not come back and play more golf. Captains Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player agreed in the name of sportsmanship to call it a draw and share the Cup. It was a bitter pill for many, who thought the captains took the easy way out, but either way it was an indelible moment that helped forge an identity and put the Presidents Cup on the map.