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RC Rank 13
An easygoing and popular player known as the Mechanic, Jiménez will be Europe's surrogate for the fun-loving Clarke, with whom he shares a love of wine and cigars. Like Vijay Singh, Jiménez has gotten better with age. Eight of his European tour wins have come in the last four years, including this year's triumph at the European PGA.
RC Rank 15
Raise your hand if you thought Paddy was going to be the player who stepped forward to assert himself with a pair of majors after Tiger Woods was sidelined. Didn't think so! Winning three of the last six majors makes Harrington the world's best healthy golfer, if not the Celtic Tiger. Playing against Harrington is sometimes annoying because he ... can ... be ... slow.
RC Rank 17
Sergio turns into the reincarnation of Seve Ballesteros at the Ryder Cup, raising his game to a higher level and becoming the man the Americans most want to beat—but can't (until singles, anyway). Sergio has never lost a foursomes match (8--0), so if the Americans topple Sergio in that format, it would be equivalent to the Euros knocking off Tiger.
RC Rank 19