Welcome to Wales, Tiger.
Woods met the media today for the first time since arriving at Celtic Manor for the Ryder Cup.
Here’s one of the not-so welcoming questions:
Q. You don't win majors anymore, you don't win regular tournaments anymore and you are about to be deposed by Europeans as the world No. 1, or Phil Mickelson; Where is the Ryder Cup now on your agenda, now that you're an ordinary golfer?
Woods: I remember you're the same one at the British Open who asked me that, too. I hope you're having a good week.
According to the transcript, Woods got the media to laugh with the response.
Woods was also asked about his reaction to Rory McIlroy’s claim that he and his European teammates “fancied” their chances against Woods this week, given his form. Here’s that exchange:
Q. What was your reaction when you heard Rory McIlroy say that he very much would like to play against you in this Ryder Cup?
Woods: Me, too. (Smiling).
Q. Care to elaborate?
Woods: No. (Laughter).