From Scottie Scheffler, world number 1, to Brooks Koepka, the only player from the Arab Super League who will play in the next Ryder Cup. First time in Rome for the USA team which, from September 29th to October 1st, will compete at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club team Europe in the 44th edition of the Ryder Cup.
Among the US champions who arrived in Italy today from Newark (New Jersey), also Justin Thomas, Wyndham Clark, Brian Harman, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa, Sam Burns and Rickie Fowler. Leading them was captain Zach Johnson who said he was enthusiastic about the course that will host the most important golf event in the world.
Dustin Johnson, statements
"The course is in fantastic condition, the greens are impeccable as are the fairways. But the part that concerns the rough is treacherous, difficult. In view of the event we will also have to evaluate the variable of the weather, it is not usual to play a Ryder Cup with this 'Am I going to say anything about the pairings for the Ryder Cup?' Absolutely not, obviously," Johnson said, smiling.
Who then returned to the wild cards assigned by him to complete the team. "It's never easy to make choices, but together with all the staff I can say that we are sure we have made the ones we consider the best. It's true, we haven't won overseas for 30 years.
But the past is the past and we want to think to the present. This detail represents an additional incentive to do well. Rome is always beautiful, this city makes me feel younger. Being able to admire St. Peter's Basilica from the field is something truly unique." Zachary Harris Johnson known as Zach (Iowa City, February 24, 1976) is an American golfer, professional on the PGA circuit.
His main success is the success in the 2007 Masters. Eight years later he again triumphed in a Major at The Open Championship 2015, played on the Old Course of St. Andrews in Scotland. In 2006 and 2010 he was part of the US selection for the Ryder Cup. Overall in his career he won 19 professional tournaments.
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