Tiger Woods could spur the U.S. to victory at Ryder Cup, without...

Tiger Woods could spur the U.S. to victory at Ryder Cup, without even hitting a golf ball

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CHASKA, Minn. — It’s an impossible task, but Tiger Woods, one week from returning to competitive golf after more than a year away, is trying to keep a low profile at the Ryder Cup.

He is one of Davis Love III’s vice-captains on Team USA, but he isn’t doing interviews. If he even were to hit balls on the practice range, he might be a bigger story than any of the 24 players who are preparing to begin the matches on Friday.

But Love has called Woods and Phil Mickelson key members of the team — “They have a huge amount of success for a reason: because they know what they are doing,” he said — and 2010 European captain Colin Montgomerie thinks Woods will be a valuable…



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