Both Sides Of The Atlantic Shopping For New Ryder Cup Captains.

Seems likje the next couple of years will be all about the next Ryder Cup. First we had Phil Mickelson attacking Tom Watson. Now lots of comments from people like Johnny Miller and others saying Phil might have been right, it was his “presentation” that was wrong. Even rumors of Tiger or even Phil himself running for captain.

On the “other side of the pond”, Colin Montgomery “hints” at sole prospective captains.Unfortunately, he is not talking about MY candidate:



But the battle still rages in the U.S. John Hawkins wonders how “perhaps the greatest wind-and-rain golfer ever turn into such an accountability-dodging curmudgeon amid a foul-weather team atmosphere?” He also concludes that “Watson’s inability to cope with his team’s shortcomings amounts to a much larger and less excusable failure, a catastrophic breach of conduct by a guy who obviously knows better.”

Tim Rosaforte talked with Morning Drive’s Damon Hack Saturday about Tom Watson’s Ryder Cup captain situation and revealed that Phil Mickelson had started bending PGA of America presidents ear at the Scottish Open about Watson’s communication style as far back as June when Mickelson had been unsuccessful in talking to the Captain.

Jaime Diaz noted in his Golf World analysis that it’s telling “that as of Sunday, not one player or even assistant captain has publicly come to Watson’s defense” and also points out that the Europeans, while not thrilled with certain captaincies of late, have never broken ranks like the Americans did at Gleneagles and since.

Finally, the new season is starting and Rory thinks about the possibility of a McIl-slam


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