Tiger Woods is already working on a battle plan for the Presidents Cup

Golf, romping with hookers, porn stars, socialites, and bad jeans. Tiger Woods’ dedication to his passions has never been in doubt.

I mean, the man brought the fist pump-uppercut to golf.


So it was no surprise, then (as every golf outlet known to man reported and reported again) that TW took his role as Ryder Cup vice captain at Hazeltine very seriously, aiding the U.S. squad en route to a 17-11 victory (suck it, Europe!).

Steve “Ralph Fiennes” Stricker, who will captain the Americans during the 2017 Presidents Cup, named Tiger Woods as one of his trio of vice captains for the competition at Liberty National.

Strick, as his buddies call him on their Wisconsin deer hunting trips, chatted with Matt Adams from (worst golf show name alert) “Fairways of Life with Matt Adams” on SiriusXM.

Adams asked Stricker if the Big Cat had already been in touch about the September competition. His response?

“Oh yeah,” Presidents Cup captain Steve Stricker, when asked if assistant captain Tiger Woods had been in touch to discuss strategy.

Stricker elaborated further, calling TW’s input at Hazeltine “really cool,” and said he’s already offered up a couple of Presidents Cup-specific ideas.

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Source: Getty Images

What are these ideas, you ask? CLICKON has the exclusive.

A prostitute in every room

Sorry, WAGs. This Presidents Cup is a boys trip. We now know Woods’ affinity for the hired help during his peak. No doubt he wants to offer the performance-enhancing benefits of the ladies of the night to his golfing brethren.

Team workout sessions at 5 a.m.

Wake up, Phil! Your ass is going jogging! Imagine TW waking the troops by blowing reveille on a trumpet, jolting them out of their beds for a pre-dawn Navy S.E.A.L.-inspired workout. #teambuilding

Call of Duty tournaments

Ole’ Woody is an established video game fanatic who has expressed a strong affinity for Call of Duty in the past. Bookending the team’s days with military inspired workouts in the morning and some first-person shooter action in the evening? The International squad won’t have a chance.