Sep 27th, 2017
Tiger Woods admits for first time that he may never play professionally again
In frank pre-Presidents Cup interview
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Tiger Woods has for the first time ever admitted he may not play competitive golf again in his career.
Woods takes part in the Presidents Cup this week as a non-playing assistant captain for America, asked at a press conference before the event if he could imagine not returning to competitive golf, Woods replied: "Yeah, definitely. I don't know what my future holds for me."
Tiger had even been in doubt for his Vice Captaincy role:
“I didn't know if I was going to be able to be here, because I couldn't ride in a cart. The bouncing hurt too much. That's all gone now, which is fantastic."
Tiger was in an upbeat mood around his Vice Captaincy role:
"I enjoy being out here with the guys. It's nice to be out here with some great assistant captains and our captain.
"I've played Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup matches with all of them, and to be out with these young guys, we're going to have a lot of fun this week."