Tiger still searching for Ryder Cup glory
At some point during the third round of last month's NEC Invitational, Jim Furyk turned to his playing partner that afternoon and suggested U.S. Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton would do well to pair them together in a four-ball match at Oakland Hills. Before his sassy headcover could utter a word, Tiger Woods quipped, "You might not say that if you knew my record," to which Furyk replied, "I don't care what your record is. I'd still like to partner up."
It's worth noting that ...
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