Showing the Ryder Cup some Love

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Showing the Ryder Cup some Love

American captain is forging friendships before the big tournament
What’s the hardest part about being Davis Love III, the Americans’ Ryder Cup captain? Not playing. “It’s an honor to be the captain, no question, but it’s somewhat easier to play,” former U.S. captain Tom Lehman said.
Ryder Cup

Points Leaders
Sept. 28-30
Medinah Country Club, Medinah, Ill.
United States
1. Bubba Watson 4,717.755
2. Phil Mickelson 3,746.624
3. Hunter Mahan 3,332.054
4. Keegan Bradley 3,111.492
5. Tiger Woods 2,173.667
6. Brandt Snedeker 2,145.857
7. Bill Haas 2,106.071
8. Steve Stricker 2,060.846
9. Kyle Stanley 2,037.457
10. Johnson Wagner 2,013.946
11. Mark Wilson 1,998.593
12. Matt Kuchar 1,754.090
13. Jason Dufner 1,703.087
14. Ben Crane 1,573.287
15. Dustin Johnson 1,538.402

Europe
Note: The top five European points leaders at the conclusion of the 2012 Johnnie Walker Championship will qualify. The top five World points leaders – not already qualified – also will qualify.
European Points
1. Rory McIlroy 2,584,843.51
2. Peter Hanson 1,598,566.29
3. Martin Kaymer 1,587,688.41
4. Justin Rose 1,483,613.23
5. Paul Lawrie 1,353,284.96
6. Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 1,261,297.96
7. Sergio Garcia 1,219,822.68
8. Lee Westwood 1,203,446.04
9. Alvaro Quiros 1,155,967.13
10. Michael Hoey 1,028,586.03
World Points
1. Rory McIlroy 311.83
2. Luke Donald 213.55
3. Justin Rose 209.31
4. Lee Westwood 203.70
5. Graeme McDowell 149.09
6. Peter Hanson 147.61
7. Martin Kaymer 144.38
8. Sergio Garcia 129.83
9. Paul Lawrie 120.85
10. Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 108.12

Showing the Ryder Cup some Love

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What’s the hardest part about being Davis Love III, the Americans’ Ryder Cup captain? Not playing. “It’s an honor to be the captain, no question, but it’s somewhat easier to play,” former U.S. captain Tom Lehman said.
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