Presidents Cup 2017: Jordan Spieth has 'plenty in the tank'
Sep 28 2017 by Dustin Murphy
"Si-Woo and I, we were a great team yesterday".
"I don't see it being a big issue next week with either team", US team member Rickie Fowler told ESPN.com on Sunday.
Woods answered a wide range of questions ranging from his health, to the firestorm surrounding the national anthem, to the natural disaster in Mexico, during an afternoon gathering of assistants from the United States and global teams. I'm just glad to have them out of control on our side as opposed to the other way around. "I don't know if it will ever be topped".
Woods had back surgery in April and he added that earlier this year he was not sure he would even be able to fulfil his Presidents Cup duties this weekend.
Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas, who hinted Tuesday that they would be paired together, will face Hideki Matsuyama and Charl Schwartzel in the first match of the day. "So I think if we can get off to a great start with the alternate-shot; the alternate-shot has always killed us in the past".
Last week, Woods released a lengthy statement on his website in which he said he had begun hitting 60-yard shots but was not yet cleared to hit full shots due to the limitations on twisting recommended by his doctors. "What do you guys want to do?' There wasn't a hesitation on what they wanted to do", he said. I'm hoping that I can redeem myself this week.
Jack Nicklaus' 18 major championships is a milestone Tiger Woods may never reach.
"We can catch up on sleep, and we're doing one round and one round tomorrow in an alternate-shot format, it nearly feels like you're playing less golf". To me that's an obvious choice.
"I take the blame for that". He's transitioning into an Obi-Wan role for today's younger players, and to hear him discuss it on Wednesday prior to the Presidents Cup, he's accepting that role...one which might become permanent. He's paired with a Presidents Cup rookie in Kevin Kisner and going up against the formidable team of Australians Jason Day and Marc Leishman. And [Peyton] said, "I'd have big, big legs, a strong, stable core, and a smaller, loose, and flexible upper body".
"We have social injustices in this country, and we should all strive to eliminate them", Phil Mickelson, a member of the USA team, said, the Golf Channel wrote.
They'll play fourball matches on Friday, and four more matches in each format on Saturday before playing 12 singles matches on Sunday. That's really the only vegetable I can actually eat. "It's just a matter of if he's healthy enough can still feel like he can go". He plays pretty much the same game I do.