Tiger Woods will be at the Ryder Cup next year. Still to be determined is whether he plays.
U.S. captain Davis Love III said Wednesday that Woods, Jim Furyk and Steve Stricker will be vice captains for the 2016 matches at Hazeltine in Minnesota. It was part of an agreement with Europe to expand to a maximum of five vice captains.
Woods, however, wants to do both.
"Tiger has said, 'I want to make the team and also be a (vice) captain,'" Love said. "Tiger wants to be a playing assistant. That's his goal."
It seems like an audacious one given the state of the 14-time major champion. Woods has played only 20 tournaments in the last two years...