Woods has probably seen enough of British Open champion Molinari this year. AFP / FRANCK FIFE
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Tiger Woods accepted responsibility for the American defeat at the Ryder Cup after slumping to a fourth straight loss at Le Golf National, beaten 2 and 1 by Jon Rahm in the singles Sunday. After ending a five-year victory drought by winning the Tour Championship in Atlanta last Sunday, Woods could not replicate that form and looked mentally drained all week in Paris.Even in singles, the one Ryder Cup format where he had a good record, Woods could not rise to the occasion, losing for the first time since his debut against Costantino Rocca in 1997 .Woods now has a 13-21-3 (wins-losses-halves) career Ryder Cup record, a puzzling statistic for arguably the greatest player of all-time, his 14 major titles second only to the 18 won by Jack Nicklaus.Woods has probably seen enough of British Open champion Molinari this year.
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