Rory McIlroy said on Sunday that being the leading points scorer in Europe's Ryder Cup victory "means a lot" after his disappointing performance at Whistling Straits two years ago left him in tears.I was so disappointed after Whistling Straits," said McIlroy.Read More »
Rory McIlroy has all but closed the route back into the European Ryder Cup team room for the LIV rebels by saying that their presence in Rome would have prohibited the side’s superstars from “flourishing”.
The Europe Ryder Cup overlords are ready to rip up the captaincy selection process, making it easier for Luke Donald to be reappointed for the next match in New York – and harder for LIV rebels to ever find their way into the hot seat.
Luke Donald said he "would consider" keeping the European Ryder Cup captaincy for the next tournament in two years' time after leading his team to victory in Rome on Sunday. The 45-year-old, a four-time Ryder Cup winner as a player, earned rave reviews for his leadership as Europe regained the trophy with a 16.5-11.5 victory against the United States.