U.S. needs Tiger to embrace Ryder Cup
Great teams have one thing in common: Great leaders who set a winning tone not just by their play but also by their attitude. Joe Namath did it. Magic Johnson and Larry Bird did it. Reggie Jackson did it.
Tiger Woods needs to learn it. Last week, Woods let his team down not so much by his play (which was ordinary), but by his leadership (which was non-existent).
The player who taught Europe how to win the Ryder Cup was Seve Ballesteros. He not only inspired his teammates with ...
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