Europe does not fear anyone, says Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjørn

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Did people tune in even though Tiger won the Tour Championship right in the middle of Week 3 National Football League action? However, for the first time in a long time, there's real hope that a major win could still be in the cards for golf's most popular player.

"We're reminded of it quite often". Heck, Woods himself told fellow green jacket winners he was "done" at the 2017 Masters Champions Dinner.

"What's important to him right now, what's special for him, is to be a part of that team, to be a part of that group, and as Thomas talked about, it's a 12-on-12 type of atmosphere". TV ratings for the final round have been released and they are staggering.

The telecast was the highest-rated in the history of the FedEx Cup Playoffs since its inception in 2007.

Five years. It's been five years since Tiger Woods last won on the PGA Tour and over that time the number of people doubting he'd return to his best grew.

"You could see the emotion in (Woods) fighting back tears".

Overnight ratings for the final round of the Tour Championship on Sunday showed it was the most-watched final round of a non-major in 2018 and the most-watched round of the event since records have been kept. "I love you", Woods, 42, was heard telling Herman after he nabbed the Tour Championship title Sunday, his 80th PGA victory. A two-stroke triumph at the Tour Championship capped a comeback season that seemingly could not have gone better for Woods.

Furyk said that Woods, who will be playing in his eighth Ryder Cup, had grown into his role as an elder statesman of the American team.

"For the game of golf, Tiger Woods winning golf tournaments is something that's brilliant and I think we all benefit from it". The Ryder Cup, taking place in France, will be televised Friday-Sunday morning.

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