captain couples leaves out bradley to go with lowest-ranked woods in presidents cup
Changed days, but Fred prefers the Tiger touch
Tiger Woods takes a step into the unknown in this week’s Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
In his five previous appearances in the match, and his six Ryder Cup caps, Woods was the highest-ranked player in the United States team. This time he is the lowest-ranked at 50th in the world, even after his third place in the Australian Open on Sunday.
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