Tiger Woods finished a disappointing week at the Open Championship with his worst 72-hole finish in a major as a pro. But Woods didn't shy away from a Ryder Cup question, in which he believes Tom Watson should make him a captain's pick.
Given his lack of competitive golf in the past four months due to back surgery, Tiger Woods would be excused if winning was not on his mind this week at the Open Championship. But that's far from the case.
New PGA of America president Ted Bishop said at a media luncheon Tuesday in New York that "we've done something a little bit different this year," in regard to its next leader. That has led to the likelihood of Tom Watson being named U.S. captain.