Woodward made his Team USA debut in 2015, and has made the team every year since, but is winless in three appearances.
The “Kentucky Kid” struggled for form at last year’s Mosconi Cup, but has been working hard with Ruijsink this year and believes fans will see a much-improved player in London in December.
“I am super honored to be a part of Team USA again this year. It’s the highest prestige pool event. Working with Johan for the past two years has been great; it has helped develop my stroke a lot. Last year I wasn’t fully prepared for the event and it was my own fault, but I’m a totally different person this year. I’m feeling great about my game right now and very accomplished, feeling like I’ve stepped my game up to another level. We are definitely coming for a fight this year,” said Woodward.