‘Year to Go’ to the Ryder Cup

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‘Year to Go’ to the Ryder Cup

U.S. captain wants to return to the days of no captain’s picks
In one year, the train will leave the Ryder Cup station for Gleneagles, Scotland, and European captain Paul McGinley and U.S. captain Tom Watson will be on board. “At the risk of repeating myself, I really see this as, again, boxing parlance, two heavyweights going toe-to-toe, 15 rounds,” McGinley said.
Ryder Cup

Sept. 26-28, 2014
Gleneagles Hotel, Gleneagles, Scotland
United States
Note: The U.S. standings next will be updated after the first event of the 2014 season.
1. Phil Mickelson 2,172.000
2. Jason Dufner 1,883.199
3. Jim Furyk 921.040
4. Tiger Woods 676.623
5. Brandt Snedeker 551.697
6. Zach Johnson 496.827
7. Hunter Mahan 483.288
8. Matt Kuchar 462.226
9. Steve Stricker 432.712
10. Dustin Johnson 413.662
11. David Toms 404.600
12. Scott Piercy 322.320
13. John Huh 307.591
14. Rickie Fowler 293.697
15. Billy Horschel 291.406
Europe
European Points
1. Joost Luiten 408308.55
2. Thomas Bjorn 372622.09
3. Gregory Bourdy 369170.00
4. Julien Quesne 323382.09
5. Miguel Angel Jimenez 285140.00
6. Craig Lee 260495.79
7. Soren Kjeldsen 183656.69
8. Ross Fisher 175974.50
9. Damien McGrane 157538.70
10. David Higgins 155193.62
World Points
1. Henrik Stenson 136.84
2. Joost Luiten 30.48
3. Sergio Garcia 30.46
4. Thomas Bjorn 30.00
5. Julien Quesne 28.32
6. Gregory Bourdy 24.00
7. Daan Huizing 24.00
8. Luke Donald 23.54
9. Miguel Angel Jimenez 21.00
10. Justin Rose 20.95
Associated Press

‘Year to Go’ to the Ryder Cup

In one year, the train will leave the Ryder Cup station for Gleneagles, Scotland, and European captain Paul McGinley and U.S. captain Tom Watson will be on board. “At the risk of repeating myself, I really see this as, again, boxing parlance, two heavyweights going toe-to-toe, 15 rounds,” McGinley said.
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