Tiger Woods pronounced that a Presidents Cup singles showdown between Jason Day and Jordan Spieth is a compare many people would wish to see.
Woods, an partner to US group captain Steve Stricker in New Jersey this week, pronounced a duel between a dual former universe series one ranked golfers could supplement some play to a biennial event.
The US have dominated a Presidents Cup given it began in 1994, winning any book solely for 1998 (International Team’s usually success) and 2003 when it finished a tie.
Day and Spieth have enjoyed several head-to-head battles in their career, many particularly during a 2015 US PGA Championship, though they’ve never met in Presidents Cup singles.
“I consider you’ll find guys wish to see Jordan play Jason,” Woods said.
The 14-time vital champion, who binds a record for a many singles points in Presidents Cup story with six, played opposite a likes of Greg Norman, Vijay Singh and Ernie Els.
“You try get a tip players to play opposite any other. we had Vijay once (2000), we had Greg in Australia (1998), we had Ernie in South Africa (2003),” Woods said.
“You can give a fans what they wish on a Sunday.”
Day, meanwhile, pronounced he would adore to play Spieth during Liberty National.
“I’m fine with that. Jordan or Justin, I’ll play opposite them,” he said. “I suffer unbending competition. So a harder, a better, for me.”
The final preference will be down to captains Stricker and Nick Price.
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“Sometimes a captains will make a still agreement on a side that they’re going to put these guys out together,” Woods said.
“Other times, it’s flattering cold-hearted and we are only perplexing to kick a other guy.”
The Presidents Cup follows a identical format to a Ryder Cup, though facilities 30 matches over 4 days, commencement on Thursday with 3 days of group matches (foursomes and fourballs) followed by 12 singles matches on Sunday.