"I think what it's going to boil down to, would be my guess, is how healthy Tiger is and how he feels like his game is," said Jim Furyk, who has secured his spot on the team for the ninth straight time. "But it's hard to imagine not having a healthy Tiger Woods on the team. He's arguably the best player ever. If he's healthy and he's been playing, it's hard to imagine he wouldn't be on the team. But that's not my call."
“As good as our young talent is now, and as competitive and as many tournaments they win, I wouldn’t be surprised if someone comes here and wins for the first time,” said Jim Furyk, who will be playing in his 18th Masters.