Stewart Cink explains why Tiger Woods refused

Also tipped to take the position of captain of the American team in Bethpage in 2025, Stewart Cink explained why Tiger Woods had finally ruled out the idea of ​​taking the reins of Team USA.

by Andrea Gussoni
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Stewart Cink explains why Tiger Woods refused
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Also tipped to take the position of captain of the American team in Bethpage in 2025, Stewart Cink explained why Tiger Woods had finally ruled out the idea of ​​taking the reins of Team USA. Present this week at the Renaissance Club (Scotland) where the Scottish Open is taking place, co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour and the DP World Tour, Stewart Cink, winner of The Open 2009 at Turnberry, was questioned by the media about the refusal to Tiger Woods to take on the role of captain of the US Ryder Cup team in 2025 in Bethpage (New York).

Stewart Cink, statements

“I thought he should have taken a chance,” said Stewart Cink, also considered to lead the team before the PGA of America finally appointed Keegan Bradley. But I’m not surprised he refused…” "He's been very busy since joining the PGA Tour board of directors", said Stewart Cink.

“He’s been very busy since he’s been on the PGA Tour board of directors,” he adds. Due to his injuries, he has been regularly taken away from the courses and he is currently making enormous efforts to regain the physical condition necessary to be at the level again.

Because Tiger still wants to play. I repeat it but it does not surprise me that he refused the position. It’s a very important role to assume and it must be done 100%…”. These are all the statemens about Tiger Woods of Stewart Cink.

Stewart Ernest Cink (Huntsville, May 21, 1973) is an American golfer. He has been taking part in the PGA Tour since 1995 and has won a total of 12 tournaments in his career. In July 2009 he achieved his first victory in one of the great Major tournaments by winning the British Open after a play-off with the veteran Tom Watson. Between 2004 and 2008 he was among the top ten players in the Official World Golf Rankings for 39 weeks.

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