Pavin Not Promising Anything to Woods
Tiger Woods is not guaranteed a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team and will have to
play his way on like every other player, skipper Corey Pavin said on Sunday.
Woods, who took five months out of the game after his private life
unravelled at the end of 2009 and has suffered neck problems since his return,
is currently 11th in the U.S. Ryder Cup points race.
"I'm not going to treat Tiger any different than any other player," Pavin told Reuters after the final round of the Byron Nelson Championship. "He's certainly not going to be an automatic pick.
"He's just going to be treated like everyone else. I'd love to have him on the team but I want him to be playing well," added Pavin, who said he had not spoken to Woods this year.