Sport Ryder Cup: Kaymer believes in European title defense

08:40  24 september  2021
08:40  24 september  2021 Source:   sport1.de

The one-year postponement of the Ryder Cup proved a great benefit for Jordan Spieth, who has rediscovered his game

  The one-year postponement of the Ryder Cup proved a great benefit for Jordan Spieth, who has rediscovered his game Jordan Spieth was only six years old at the time of the 1999 Ryder Cup, so his memories from watching his fellow Dallas native Justin Leonard hole one of the most memorable putts in Ryder Cup history aren’t that vivid, but it still made a lasting impression. “It…“It was something that I made sure I watched,” said Spieth of the biennial competition. “Growing up as a golfer, the Ryder Cup was the ultimate goal for me. That and the Masters are the two events I wanted to win in my life.

The European Vice-Capitation Martin Kaymer believes in the Ryder Cup against the US Golfers on the Strait Course in Haven / Wisconsin to his routine team. "Experience plays an essential role in the Ryder Cup," said the 36-year-old, who is on the world's largest golf spectacle this time in a new feature, talking to Sky Sport News HD.

Martin Kaymer ist Vizekapitän des europäischen Teams © Warren Little Martin Kaymer is vice-captain of the European Team

on paper apply to the duel, which is held from Friday to Sunday, the USA as a favorite. Nevertheless, Europe has realistic outlook to defend his title of 2018. "I have a very good feeling because we have a very balanced team," Kaymer said, "Europe has a good chance. But win in America is difficult."

in his new role Kaymer, who is not as a player this year, wants to support the twelve European players around the world's world ranking Jon Rahm (Spain): "I will try to transfer my positive energy and my positive experiences to the team" , Kaymer said.

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HAVEN, Wis. – Sunrise over Whistling Straits is a spectacle, as the sun doesn’t just take a peek at hills, sand and 560 acres of golf. No, it quickly washes the silverish skin of Lake Michigan in yellow and orange and rises wide eyed over the creation of Herbert V. Kohler Jr. and architect Pete Dye like it’s rushing to the first tee. © Provided by Golfweek Whistling Straits, Ryder Cup In the light, it feels like it can be oceanside anywhere in the world. On paper, its résumé matches the vistas. But what the 23-year-old course represents is far more meaningful than its biography.

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