Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin says “it’s time to win for Europe” and sees “no reason why (they) can’t gain this trophy this year.”
Play starts with five fourball matches at Saint-Nom-la-Breteche on Thursday. Miguel Angel Jimenez will hit the first tee shot in honor of fellow Spanish golf legend Severiano Ballesteros, who died in May from complications related to a brain tumor.
Ballesteros created the biennal contest to help Europeans get more match-play experience outside the Ryder Cup.
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