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Gary Van Sickle
November 09, 1998
If The World Ranking is any yardstick, the U.S. should have no problem running its Presidents Cup record to 3-0 against a badly overmatched International team. Every member of the U.S. team, a balanced blend of rising young stars and veteran talent, has played in at least one Ryder or Presidents Cup. Listed below are the top 12 qualifiers for each team (minus Japan's Jumbo Ozaki, who is rated No. 4 but has declined to play) along with each player's World Ranking.
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November 09, 1998

Hot Prospects

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If The World Ranking is any yardstick, the U.S. should have no problem running its Presidents Cup record to 3-0 against a badly overmatched International team. Every member of the U.S. team, a balanced blend of rising young stars and veteran talent, has played in at least one Ryder or Presidents Cup. Listed below are the top 12 qualifiers for each team (minus Japan's Jumbo Ozaki, who is rated No. 4 but has declined to play) along with each player's World Ranking.

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