Tiger a future Ryder Cup captain? 'I would love to'


CHASKA, Minn. – Tiger Woods will be a Ryder Cup captain. Someday. After a week behind the scenes as an assistant captain to Davis Love III, Woods isn’t ready for the head gig anytime soon.

Woods was asked Sunday if he’s ready to become a Ryder Cup captain and he playfully acted like he didn’t understand the question.

“Another vice captain, yeah,” he said. No, captain. “Another vice captain, yeah,” he said again.

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“There’s a lot of things that I didn’t realize that went on, and very eye opening,” Woods said. “I learned a lot and I became really close to a lot of these guys and it’s been just an honor to be part of it.”

About being captain though.

“Yeah, I would love to do it,” he said. “I would be honored to do it in the future, if asked. But from the player standpoint of it, I like playing.”

So book Tiger Woods as Ryder Cup captain whenever he finally wants the gig.