Team U.S. vice captains
Injured seven-time Ryder Cup player's first vice captaincy is a steppingstone to the captain's job someday.
A 17-time tour winner who shot a PGA Tour record 58 last month would have qualified if not for a wrist injury.
The three-time Ryder Cup player will captain the U.S. Presidents Cup team next year.
Minnesota's own and 1996 British Open champ played in three Ryder Cups and captained the 2006 loss in Ireland.
No. 7 in the world and a three-time Ryder Cup veteran, it wasn't enough for him to be named a captain's pick.