After the US team suffered a huge defeat at this year's Ryder Cup, rumors immediately appeared about who could become the new captain and where the biggest problem arose. Davis Love III is one of those who wants Tiger Woods to become team captain at the next Ryder Cup.
Love III thinks Woods is the only logical choice at this point. Tiger would surely do great things with this team. “I hate to put pressure on him, but it's kind of his call.Obviously with some guys out, he's the next logical choice.
We've got to call Tiger Woods and ask him. I think if he wants - obviously Tiger's into a lot of stuff right now, but it's kind of his call, I would say. You know, I remember a time when Tiger and Phil watched me do it and went, holy cow, I don't know if we want to put that much time and effort into it.
It takes a lot out of you. Hopefully we can talk him into it."- Love III said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com!
Davis Love III
Love believes that it is necessary for younger generations to start conducting from key positions.
There are many names that are under consideration, as Americans are known to be great golfers. "Look at Zach, you know? We thought Zach could play in Paris, right, and he was on the bubble, and now we had him a few times as assistant and he was a great captain," Love continued.
"Webb Simpson last year at Presidents Cup, we had Stewart Cink, and both of them are going to be all-star assistant captains or future captains. They need to get rid of guys like Davis Love and probably Fred Couples and move on.
I'm lobbying for it." Love III has certain wishes, and only time will tell if it will actually become a reality. The US team has quality, and it is imperative to win the next Ryder Cup.
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