Tiger Woods is quite a busy person. In the midst of seemingly non-stop events, Woods is still considering as to whether he’ll serve as a Presidents Cup captain again next year.
Woods was magnificent as a captain for the American team in the latest Presidents Cup in December. Woods led a come-from-behind victory for his team, going 3-0 in his captain role.
Ernie Els, the international captain, just recently decided he would not return to that same role next year. He struggled as the European captain and has come to the decision to step down in the best interest of the team.
Being a Presidents Cup captain is a taxing position to be in. As a result, Woods is still pondering as to whether or not he’ll return as the American captain once again.
“As an American, we have two Cups that we’re involved in, not just every other year, where the Internationals are the European team,” Woods said at his pre-tournament news conference at the Genesis Invitational, via Golf Channel. “So the responsibilities on an American are a little bit more.”
Considering his recent busy schedule, Woods is also unsure as to whether or not he’ll play in the WGG-Mexico Championship next week.
“Don’t know yet,” Woods responded when asked if he would participate in the championship event next week.
The 44-year-old is still weighing his options as to what his future will look like.
As of this moment, Woods is unsure if he’ll return as the American captain and whether he’ll play in the WGG-Mexico Championship.