Woods Offered Ryder Cup Team Text Message Support

I missed this one. Apparently Tiger was watching the Ryder Cup and offered his support via text messages:

World number one Tiger Woods, a frustrated absentee from this week’s Ryder Cup, has been busily sending the U.S. team messages of support.

“The greatest player in the world is sitting at home watching and text messaging me and everybody else he can find,” U.S. captain Paul Azinger told reporters after Saturday’s fourball matches at Valhalla Golf Club.

“He texted me 10 times yesterday, at least. He likes to heckle. I kind of told him he needed to step up his heckling skills a little bit and he brought it today.

“I didn’t know he could take it to such a high level, so I give him credit. He has been great.”

That was good of him. Seriously. He could have been a total putz and just blown the thing off.

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1 thought on “Woods Offered Ryder Cup Team Text Message Support”

  1. That was good of him. Seriously. He could have been a total putz and just blown the thing off.

    Yeah, that was pretty cool. Being sidelined must be frustrating and the Ryder Cup, PGA machinations aside, is still a prestigious and tradition-filled event.

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