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Gary Van Sickle
August 13, 2001
If the Europeans lose the Sept. 28-30 Ryder Cup at the Belfry, they will point to the selection process for their team as an excuse, and rightly so. Because so many of the leading Europeans now play full time in the U.S., using the Euro money list as the basis for qualifying ensures an inferior side. If Europe is serious about fielding its best team, it should pick its top 10 off the World Ranking instead.
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August 13, 2001

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If the Europeans lose the Sept. 28-30 Ryder Cup at the Belfry, they will point to the selection process for their team as an excuse, and rightly so. Because so many of the leading Europeans now play full time in the U.S., using the Euro money list as the basis for qualifying ensures an inferior side. If Europe is serious about fielding its best team, it should pick its top 10 off the World Ranking instead.

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