The Americans always rave about how much fun Tiger Woods is in the team room at international competitions.
That, however, has never really been evident to the masses, for whom he's invariably been all business on a golf course.
Woods might turn his golf hat back to front, crack open a beer and tell a few salty jokes to his teammates behind closed doors, but when the cameras are on him, he rarely lets his guard down.
On a humid Midwestern autumn day at the Presidents Cup, the world saw Tiger Woods as he's never been seen before.
His 19th partner in international events, Matt Kuchar, decided to take it upon himself to peel back the curtain on the other - shall we say, "funner" - side of Woods.
Kuchar calls Woods, "Carlton", after Carlton Banks, the serious preppy Republican in the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
(That, in itself, is instructional.)
"I figured this guy was the perfect Carlton," said Kuchar with Woods standing next to him.
"Thank you very much," responded ...