Ryder Cup 2018: Tiger Woods admits he let down USA team-mates in thrashing to Europe
TIGER WOODS admits he let down his USA team-mates in the Ryder Cup drubbing to Europe.
The 14-times major champion failed to register a single point and lost 2-1 to John Rahm in Sunday’s singles.
Woods now has a miserable record of 13 wins, 21 losses and three halves in the tournament.
And wildcard pick Woods groaned: “It’s disappointing because I went 0-4 and that’s four points to the European team.
“I’m one of the contributing factors to why we lost the cup and it’s not a lot of fun.”
Former number one Woods was a shadow of the man who headed to Paris in high spirits after winning his first title since 2013 at the tour championship.
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He added: “To have a Ryder Cup end that way, for me personally, it doesn’t feel very good because I didn’t help my team-mates earn any points.
“At the end of the day, we came here as a team and we win or lose, and unfortunately we lost this one.
“It’s frustrating because we came here, I thought we were all playing pretty well, and I just didn’t perform at the level that I had been playing, and just got behind early in the matches and never got back.”