Woods: Scott is true; Aussie followers should not cheer me at Presidents Cup
NASSAU, Bahamas – If Tiger Woods is maintaining monitor of any bulletin-board materials for subsequent week’s matches in Australia, Adam Scott’s feedback from earlier within the week will seemingly not be among the many assortment.
Scott advised Australia’s Herald Solar on Monday that he hopes Australian followers don’t cheer for Woods and the remainder of the U.S. Presidents Cup group at Royal Melbourne.
“Final time it was too pleasant,” Scott mentioned. “Fairly bluntly, we wish the home-crowd benefit, and I will be disillusioned if they’re cheering enthusiastically for Tiger or anybody on the U.S. group.”
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Requested about Scott’s plea to the Aussies, Woods, the American taking part in captain, agreed.
“No, that is simply the best way it’s whenever you play abroad,” Woods mentioned. “While you play in opposition to an opposing group in one other particular person’s residence court docket, that is the way it needs to be. So long as they’re respectful, that is effective. They’re presupposed to cheer extra for his or her residence group, similar to we count on our American followers to cheer extra for us once we’re at residence.”
For these hoping to get some Presidents Cup trash speak, you’ll need to preserve ready.