According to the New York Post, the aura surrounding the aura surrounding the world’s No. 1 player “is probably gone.”
Big words from the youngster, but perhaps not out of line considering Woods’ poor record (9-13-2) at the event. The golfing superstar returns to the Ryder Cup as a captain’s choice and it’s his first time at the event since 2008. He played poorly after returning from a layoff to deal with personal problems, and the brash young European clearly thinks the tide has changed.
Woods, however, isn’t making a whole lot of sense when it comes to discussing his role in the tournament.
“Whatever captain puts me out there however many times, hopefully that’s as many points as I can earn,” he said.
Um, okay? So Woods vs. McIlroy this weekend? Read more