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The Vivendi Seve Throphy is really cool, I will of course cheer for Continental Europe even because my friend Matteo is contending, but I really hope the main theme will be celebrating the legend of Seve! Cheers! :)

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Originally Posted by makaveli

I really don't understand the decision of splitting Molinari and Matteo in two separate pairings...



They weren't overly impressive together at the Ryder Cup last year. He's probably thinking they're a little too used to each other and it might help to spice things up. Francesco and Hansen just won their match so it looks like it's working.

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Matteo has never played in the Ryder Cup (yet)

Originally Posted by Tiger Spuds

They weren't overly impressive together at the Ryder Cup last year. He's probably thinking they're a little too used to each other and it might help to spice things up. Francesco and Hansen just won their match so it looks like it's working.



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Dude GB&I; played fantastic golf! I saw the highlights of round one on the Euro Tour website and there was not much to show about Continentals! I think putting Matteo with Colsaert, 2 rookies together, is not the best choice imho... we'll see tomorrow!

I really like the spirit of this tournament!

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