"Fantastic, that's how the company progresses," these are the words of Tiger Woods, who for the first time publicly talks in favor of the Black Lives Matters movement. Woods is gearing up for the Memorial Tournament in Ohio, and at the conference he talked about the Black Lives Matter movement and the changes it is triggering in American society.
He said: "Change is a fantastic thing, provided that we can change things without hurting the innocent. This has unfortunately happened, and we hope it won't happen again in the future. But such a movement, and change are fantastic things.
that's how society makes progress and how we grow no one else loses their life in the future, getting closer to a more socially just society." Meanwhile Tiger Woods prepares to come back to the green in the Memorial Tournament, scheduled for July 16 to 19 in Dublin (in Ohio), training with his son Charlie.
The American champion said: "For the moment I can still beat him, but he is beginning to understand how to play and does nothing but ask me pertinent questions!" In the footsteps of the phenomenon dad, his son Charlie has to deal with a special trainer.
Tiger is in fact his only coach and he hopes that one day his special pupil will break his records. "It all depends on him," explained the Californian in an interview on GOLF TV. Woods after 5 months of distance, thanks to the lockdown, from a tournament
official of the PGA Tour, he is chasing the absolute record of 83 triumphs in the maximum American golf Tour.
The destiny of the Ryder Cup 2020
The organizers of the Ryder Cup 2020 held out as long as they could, but in the end it looks like they are about to give up. The competition between the best golfers in the USA and the best European golfers was scheduled frmo 25 to 27 September 2020 in Whistling Straits, in Wisconsin.
However, the board of the historical competition is about to announce postponement to next year due to the global pandemic. According to the Guardian, the decision has been made, but so far there is no official statement, neither from the board of the Ryder Cup, nor from the European Tour or from the American PGA, It was assumed to play without crowds or at best with a small number of people allowed on the course.
The access of a few thousand people was thought, compared to the expected seventy thousand, but in the USA the pandemic is bringing the country to its knees, with states that are still or again in lockdown. The growing numbers seem to have advised the organizers against organizing the expected event.
In recent days, the players had unanimously expressed themselves against the idea of playing without crowds, because the Ryder Cup without the crowd would have made no sense. This decision now opens the door to the postponement of the following edition, scheduled in Rome in 2022, on the Marco Simone route.
The postponement would make it possible to get to the completion of the works more safely, especially those related to traffic, because the field improvement activities are already well advanced.