US skipper Steve Stricker says he couldn’t imagine anything better than to have Tiger Woods as a bad habit commander for the rescheduled Ryder Cup in September.
The 15-time significant hero, 45, is recuperating after a medical procedure on genuine leg wounds endured in a fender bender in Los Angeles in February.
Woods as of late posted an image of himself on Instagram utilizing supports on a green at his home in Florida.
“He’s actually got a ton moving on and his spirits are extraordinary,” said Stricker.
Inquired as to whether he needed Woods as a bad habit chief, Stricker said: “I’ve conversed with him. I couldn’t say whether we are there yet to focus on him being there. We were on a Zoom call with him simply this last week and he appears as though he’s in a superior spot.
“He’s constantly been this path in the groups I’ve been near, excited about the entire group and the cycle.”
The biennial challenge between the USA and Europe – to be held this time at Whistling Waterways, in Wisconsin – was one of a few high-profile games delayed in 2020 due to the Covid pandemic.
Coordinators said for this present week they were “idealistic” 40,000 onlookers each day could be permitted to go to the competition in four months’ time.