Tiger Woods’ Weak Effort To Crash USA Ryder Cup Team Photo Denied Sternly

Tiger Woods might be golf royalty, but one must earn a spot in the limelight in the United States. Woods tried in vain to sneak into the United States 2016 Ryder Cup Team’s official photo on Tuesday at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn. in a comical moment ahead of the start of the tournament. Woods, one of USA’s vice captains, first tried to position himself on...
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Vice captain Woods offers local knowledge to Reed

While the rest of the U.S. team avoided high winds Tuesday, Tiger Woods showed Patrick Reed the finer points of Hazeltine's back nine.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
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WATCH: Tiger Woods gets the boot from Ryder Cup photo

Tiger Woods decided to be a sneaky cat and try to make his way into the Ryder Cup team photo. He was hilariously kicked from the photo as everyone laughed. Certainly, Woods probably wishes he can tee it up in the historic team event of nations, but ultimately, being an assistant captain is not too shabby either. At the end of the day, Woods is part of the team, just not hitting...
Via The GP Golf Report
1 day ago

Sorry Tiger, some things are only for players in Ryder Cup

CHASKA, Minn. (AP) The first awkward moment for Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup came when he lined up to get into the U.S. team picture. Oops, sorry Tiger, only players are allowed. The second awkward moment came when he walked through a tunnel in the grandstands onto the No. 1 tee for a practice round. Instead of carrying a driver, he was holding a hot drink. Woods has played in...
Via Associated Press
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Watch Tiger Woods get kicked out of a Ryder Cup team photo

Tiger Woods is a part of the United States' Ryder Cup team as a vice captain, but not as a player, which means he can't stand in the official team photo featuring the 12 golfers that have qualified or been selected for the team. When the group gathered for a team photo, the 14-time major champion had to be awkwardly shuffled out of the picture. Woods was invited back in for the...
Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

WATCH: Tiger Woods booted out of Team USA Ryder Cup picture

Tiger Woods hasn’t been seen on the PGA Tour in some time (over a year to be exact), but that hasn’t stopped the United States Ryder Cup team from wanting him around. After all, he was named a Vice-Captain for the team that is set to take on Team Europe starting on Thursday. But apparently you can’t take the golfer out of the man, and Woods had to be put in his place on Tuesday…in...
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WATCH: Tiger Woods awkwardly booted out of photo at Ryder Cup

Tiger Woods has played for the U.S. Ryder Cup team seven times during his remarkable golf career, so serving as a vice captain this year is going to take some getting used to. In fact, it already led to one embarrassing moment for the 14-time major champion. When the U.S. team was posing for photos on Tuesday, Tiger seemingly forgot he wasn’t actually playing in the event. A photographer...
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WATCH: Marquise Goodwin burns Darrelle Revis for touchdown

The New York Jets surely aren’t doing their aging corner any favors. After being burnt to a crisp by Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green less than a week ago, future Hall of Famer Darrelle Revis found himself beat deep once again. This time it came against track star turned receiver Marquise Goodwin of the Buffalo Bills. Tyrod goes DEEEEEEEP.@flashg88dwin beats Revis for...
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Phil Mickelson on Tiger Woods’ return: ‘I think it’s great’

Count Phil Mickelson among those from the world of professional golf who greeted with excitement the news that Tiger Woods has planned a return to competition next month. The 46-year-old Mickelson was informed of Woods’ anticipated return Wednesday during the BMW Championship pro-am. He welcomed the news as he noted Woods will benefit greatly from serving as vice-captain to...
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Tiger Woods announces he will return to golf in October

Tiger Woods announced on Wednesday that he is planning to return to competitive golf next month. If all goes to plan, Tiger will play in the first tournament of the 2016-2017 PGA season, which is the Safeway Open on Oct. 13. He is then hoping to compete in the Turkish Airlines Open on Nov. 3 in Turkey and the Hero World Challenge — which is run by the Tiger Woods Foundation ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

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