Golf fans should hope Tiger Woods's accuracy picks up over the course of the weekend at Medinah, otherwise it could be a long weekend for Team America.
The world's No. 2 has gotten off to a shaky start at the Ryder Cup, already nailing a pair of spectators with errant drives.
On Thursday, Woods mishit a drive on the 18th hole and conked a fan in the head. When Woods came over to apologize to the fan, the man told Woods not to worry because it wasn't his fault. Woods drew a big laugh from the crowd when he said that yes, it absolutely was his fault.
During Woods' morning round on Friday, he hit a bad drive on the seventh hole which went into the crowd and struck another man in the head. Once again, Woods introduced himself to the spectator and signed a glove for the man.
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