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  1. 1. Ryder Cup Picks - European

    • Lee Westwood
      18
    • Martin Kaymer
      7
    • Miguel Angel Jimenez
      12
    • Robert Karlsson
      12
    • Justin Rose
      17
    • Sergio Garcia
      18
    • Henrik Stenson
      12
    • Paul Casey
      12
    • Luke Donald
      13
    • Ian Poulter
      12
    • Daniel Chopra
      3
    • Padraig Harrington
      17
    • Oliver Wilson
      5
    • Richard Finch
      1
    • Darren Clarke
      10
    • Soren Hansen
      1
    • Nick Dougherty
      6
    • Colin Montgommery
      8
    • Niclas Fasth
      1
    • Carl Petterson
      4
    • Rory McClroy
      2
    • Graeme Mcdowell
      6
    • Other
      2


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Not much differences of opinion, so far - Poulter doesn't look like he'll get there unless he puts a spurt on.
BTW - you've spelt 'Montgomerie' wrong!

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I picked:
- Lee Westwood
- Miguel Angel Jimenez
- Robert Karlsson
- Justin Rose
- Sergio Garcia
- Henrik Stenson
- Luke Donald
- Ian Poulter
- Padraig Harrington
- Nick Dougherty
- Colin Montgommery
- Carl Petterson
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does no one else think casey will get in? even after his hole in 1 last time, plus made cut in all four majors and stuff, i think he deserves a place over Poulter or Petterson
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I would like to see a GB & Ireland team,I find it increasingly difficult to chear for Europe


Rose
Harrington
Westwood
Wilson
Donald
Casey
Poulter
Doughety
Mc Dowell
Clarke
Dredge
Forsyth/Webster/Fisher
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Not much differences of opinion, so far - Poulter doesn't look like he'll get there unless he puts a spurt on.

Poulter's putting a spurt on. Decent finish in the USPGA and he'll be there - and the challenge isn't as great as last time, when he had to shoot a 29 on the last 9 of something to get in - and he did.

The European Ryder Cup team may include a half-Swedish, half-Indian 2-time PGA Tour winner whose favourite sport is cricket! So c'mon, Nick - pick Daniel Chopra for the curiosity value, if nothing else.
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