Tiger Woods Makes Surprising Announcement On Future
Tiger Woods made a surprising announcement on his future recently.
Many have wondered over the past few weeks whether Woods would reprise his role as Presidents Cup captain next year.
Back in December, the 44-year-old led an immensely successful campaign by the American side where they came from behind to earn a victory.
A few days ago, Ernie Els, the international captain, announced that he would not be reprising his role next year. Given the struggles the European side had, the decision is probably for the best.
This past week, Woods was asked if had any plans to serve as captain again next year. His answer was an interesting one.
“As an American, we have two Cups that we’re involved in, not just every other year, where the Internationals are the European team,” Woods replied.
“So the responsibilities on an American are a little bit more.”
Along the same lines, Woods is not sure yet whether he will play in the WGG-Mexico Championship next week either.
“I don’t know yet,” he said.
Golf is about one million times more exciting as usual when Woods is participating in some capacity. Here’s to hoping he finds time in his busy schedule for not one, but both of these events.
At this point, the sport needs him way more than he needs the sport.
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