Tiger can't shake Ryder Cup blues
SUTTON COLDFIELD, England -- In the morning, Tiger Woods played well. And lost.
In the afternoon, he played poorly. And lost.
Thanks to his 0-2 day Friday at The Belfry, he's now 3-8-1 for his career in the Ryder Cup. He's won one point on the first day in three appearances.
And he's under the kind of unpleasant microscope he rarely has had to deal with as a professional, save for a short-lived "Tiger slump" or two.
Not that he seems particularly worried about it ...
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