Header Ban

Ryder Cup 2025: Team USA consider Tiger Woods for captain, while Donald should stay on

The captain of Europe, Luke Donald, came out of the 2023 Ryder Cup stronger than ever after the convincing win.

He made no secret of the fact that, when making his team choices during the week of competition, he relied on the data prepared for him by a statistics freak, his vice-captain Edoardo Molinari.

Tiger Woods shows off his incredible golf skills with some one handed chipping

In short, Donald was inspiring, meticulous and decisive in making decisions.

His captaincy has left a very good taste in everyone's mouth, to the point that there is talk already of his continuity for the 2025 edition at Bethpage Black.

He himself spoke about stepping aside, but the players may try to convince him to stay on.

Tiger Woods as USA Ryder Cup captain?

On the other side, in the United States it is time to think about a new leadership project. And, the first name that has come to everyone's mind is that of Tiger Woods.

Former US captain Paul Azinger, who led the American team to victory at Valhalla in 2008, threw Tiger's name around as a replacement for Zach Johnson.

Woods' candidacy, which is already being talked about in the American press, is one of the most serious due to several factors.

On the one hand, Phil Mickelson, another possible candidate, is totally distant from the PGA Tour, where most of the members of the current Team USA play.

Plus, Woods will be almost 50 years old in 2025 and unlikely to be part of the team as a player.

In 2019, the Californian captained USA in the Presidents Cup, so he already knows what it's like to take the reins of a team.

There is still plenty of time for both sides to pick their captains for the 2025 event, which will take place at the Bethpage Black Course in New York, USA.

Adblock test (Why?)

No comments

Powered by Blogger.