Nicklaus not worried about America's Ryder Cup chances

The American Ryder Cup team has, arguably, suffered some worse losses than even America's national basketball team in Olympic play over the past decade. After generations of dominance in the continent vs. country event, the victories of the Europeans on their own turf and ours have left Americans stunned a number of times.

However, as the Ryder Cup is set to return to the States for its 2008 installment, the Golden Bear isn't worried yet. Jack Nicklaus, who was responsible for the new design of Valhalla Country Club in Kentucky, told the media that America still has a strong shot at winning despite the absence of Tiger Woods.

He also advised captain Paul Azinger that he should simply let his team go out and play.

2 Response to "Nicklaus not worried about America's Ryder Cup chances"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Jack is right Tiger's record in the Ryder Cup is mediocre. Maybe they will play as a team instead of looking at Tiger all the time

    It's completely undermined everything that Azinger has been saying about how America are the underdogs and they have less strenght in depth, I don't hink he'll be happy.

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