|Tiger Woods endured another disappointing Ryder Cup. (Allison)|
AFTER THE COMPLETION OF THE RECENT Ryder Cup that saw the Americans blow a 10-6 lead on the final day and lose the Cup to the Europeans, Tiger Woods took aside the U.S. team’s rookies—Keegan Bradley, Jason Duffner, Brandt Snedeker and Webb Simpson—for a private chat. Behind closed doors the 14-time major champion told the boys he was sorry he didn’t earn more points.
Appearing on “Morning Drive,” Rosaforte revealed, “Brandt shared with me (at his fundraiser in Memphis) that Tiger got all the rookies in a room, closed the door and personally apologized to everyone for not doing more, for not getting the points he needed to get to get a U.S. victory. For people who don’t think Woods really cares, whenever that turn or that pivot occurred in his career, it has fully turned.”Tiger was 0-3-1 at Medinah. His overall Ryder Cup record is 13-17-3.