-- CLARKE, WHEN
ASKED WHAT HE WAS FEELING AFTER GETTING
TEAMMATES AND OPPONENTS
having a beer, most probably. I'll get
that when I get
back [to the team room]."
-- IAN WOOSNAM, ON
WHAT HE'D BE DOING ON FRIDAY EVENING IF HE WASN'T CAPTAIN
Shot of the
approach at the 430-yard par-4 7th in four-balls. On the advice of Woosnam, the
Swede took some extra club and put his ball on the platform of a TV tower.
After a free drop, he won the hole with a par. "I have a little advice on
one hole, and it ended up on the TV tower," Woosnam said. "[After that]
I thought it would be better to keep me mouth shut."
??? Whoever was responsible for the Europeans' pointy caps.
Montgomerie, who hit into the water twice on the par-5 16th, winning neither