Tiger is the United States' point man

Updated: September 19, 2006, 9:25 AM ET
By John Hawkins | Golf World

So much has changed since Tiger Woods' ill-fated partnership with Phil Mickelson at the 2004 Ryder Cup, the most obvious difference being in Woods himself. Although Mickelson took most of the blame for America's superpower-gone-sour, Tiger arrived at Oakland Hills that September having not won a stroke-play tournament in almost a year. His commitment to swing coach Hank Haney six months earlier was under heavy scrutiny, panned by many as a move of high risk and questionable reward.

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