Captain's assistant Tiger Woods of the U.S. Team attends a press conference during practice rounds prior to the Presidents Cup at Liberty National Golf Club on September 27, 2017 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Elsa/Getty Images/AFP
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Tiger Woods said he was "optimistic" about his golfing future while at the same time publicly acknowledging what has been obvious for some time, that he might never return to competitive golf.Woods was peppered with questions during a news conference with his three assistant Presidents Cup captains and the four International assistants, who often looked bored at the focus stayed on the second most prolific major champion of all time.Woods seemed destined to become the most prolific major winner of all time when he won the 2008 U.S. Open, moving within four titles of the record of 18 held by Jack Nicklaus.
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