Being a #RyderCup vice captain is hard. Right, @TigerWoods?

— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) September 27, 2016

Tiger Woods had to be told twice not to pose for Team USA’s Ryder Cup photo ahead of the start of this year’s tournament.

The 40-year-old is certainly not the star of golf that he used to be for so many years, but is involved with the US side this year after being given the role of vice-captain.

Woods has seemed ready to embrace this change of role, but it’s clearly taking some getting used to.

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Out of habit, the former golfing great tried to get in on the team’s photo, and even tried a second time after misunderstanding instructions to move out of the way.

It’s slightly uncomfortable viewing, though in fairness he took it well!

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