Woods Denies Discussions Over Ryder Cup Captaincy

He will be in action at the Memorial tournament this week.

Tiger Woods has poured cold water on his potential Ryder Cup captaincy. 

It's been suggested that his captaincy of the President's Cup team could be a precursor to him leading the USA in Italy. 

But Woods claims that no discussions have been held regarding future captaincy roles. 

The 15-time Major-winner will play alongside Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka for the first rounds of this week's Memorial Tournament in Ohio. 

Woods says he'll need to get used to COVID 19 protocols:

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