USA captain Stricker 'would love' to have Woods at Ryder Cup
USA Ryder Cup skipper Steve Stricker ‘would love’ to have Tiger Woods as a vice-captain at Whistling Straits in September… as 15-time major winner continues to recover from near-fatal car accident in February
- The pair spoke on Monday and Tiger Woods is determined to be at Ryder Cup
- Steve Stricker said Woods was in ‘great spirits’ as he recovers from car accident
- The rescheduled Ryder Cup takes place at Whistling Straits in September
- Stricker did however say it was too early for Woods to commit to being there
Tiger Woods is determined to be at the Ryder Cup in September as an assistant captain.
American skipper Steve Stricker spoke to Woods on Monday and said he was in ‘great spirits’ as he continues his recovery from a near-fatal car accident in February.
‘We’re not at the point where he can commit to being there but it seems like he’s in a far better place,’ said Stricker.
Tiger Woods (R) is determined to be a vice-captain under Steve Stricker (L) at the Ryder Cup
Stricker said Woods was in ‘great spirits’ as he continues his recovery from a car accident
‘I’d love to have him there. Who wouldn’t, right?
‘All the guys respect him and he did a fabulous job as an assistant when I captained the American Presidents Cup team in 2017.
‘He told me he would be there for me all the way up to the Ryder Cup, whether he’s able to be there or not. He’s totally invested in it.’
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