Tiger Woods admits he may not play again competitively

Tiger Woods admits he may not play again competitively

He said he shared with the team an editorial by retired Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, who said the national anthem gave athletes from different teams and fans with opposing views a few minutes to forget their differences.

Team USA are taking on an global side led by Nick Price at Liberty National golf club in New Jersey this week.

And so after losing the Presidents Cup six times in a row and posting but a single victory in 1998, the global team members are left with the idea that it's no fun to lose and - as it relates to this competition - they are sick of the Americans (9-1-1) celebrating.

"I've been out of the game for a while, " he said. "We like to compete, and we don't like to get beaten".

Day's only offering came from a halved four-ball match with countryman Adam Scott against Zach Johnson and Phil Mickelson.

Japan's Hideki Matsuyama is the highest ranked global at number three in the world.

"There's a remarkably cool aspect to it, to have three former presidents standing on the first tee tomorrow to kick off the Presidents Cup". But as I said, we just take it one step at a time. "I think they have realized how important this event is now, and they want to take it to the next level".

The 41-year-old, who has won 14 majors, has been hampered by a series of injuries in recent years. "There are social injustices that continue in this country and we should all strive to eliminate that", he said. "We've made great strides over the years, but we've got a ways to go, and we should all strive to eliminate those".

Updates from Champions League clash
Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin told Sky TV: "Against Real Madrid you need your best day and we didn't have that today". Having recorded 11 points on his account, Real Madrid is still on the 4th line, lagging behind the leader by 7 points.

The ever-polite Fowler, though, says that is not a problem. Earlier this year, before his break-through win at the PGA, Justin Thomas was asked if he'd rather win a major or play on a winning Ryder Cup team.

But the Ohio-based Queenslander contributed a disappointing half point and a 0-4-1 record as the USA team won by one point.

"I think you'll find guys want to see Jordan play Jason", Woods said on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT).

"If you look at the talent on the global team, it is strong and it is deep", he said. "So that's what we're planning on doing". He said there was a quick consensus. I've played so many now with the same faces around.

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -Tiger Woods can drive a auto, he can drive a golf cart, but he still cannot drive a golf ball.

"I said this morning, I don't think we've got a lot of pressure because I think a lot of people are kind of writing us off already, and we're all solid players".

But Spieth and Reed, who will have the support of a vocal NY area crowd, don't plan to let their inexperienced opponents get a foothold.

However, US golfers have struck a more conciliatory tone. "We try and help each other as much as we possibly can".