(NEW YORK) — Fresh off being the international captain in his first Presidents Cup, Nick Price is looking forward to the next one.
Price saw his team fall short to the U.S., 18 1/2 -15 1/2 on Sunday, but enjoyed his experience.
“There were a lot of new experiences,” Price told ABC Sports Radio on Wednesday. “With the amount of rain we had, it sort of pushed things into a bit of a rush every day. It seemed like I need to be at two places at once most of the time. More than anything else, I was really proud of the team.”
The next Presidents Cup is in 2015 at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea in Incheon, South Korea.
When asked about playing in the next cup, Price said, “Absolutely. I think the second time would probably be a little easier because it doesn’t matter how much you read or how much you anticipate that’s going to happen. You don’t really know until it happens to you.”
“All in all, it was a wonderful effort that the team did and a wonderful experience for all of us who were involved,” he continued.
Tiger Woods recorded the clinching point on Sunday and Price believes he’s only getting better with age.
“I played a lot with him when he won those majors,” Price said. “I played an awful lot of golf with Tiger. I’ve seen his swing change, mature. I’ve seen him mature as a player and he’s still playing some wonderful golf.”
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Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com