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Topic - Ian Woosnam
Europe captain Paul McGinley selected Sam Torrance and Des Smyth as two of his vice captains on Thursday for this year's Ryder Cup against United States at Gleneagles.
Whether it's sheer concentration, inspiration from the loudest gallery in golf or a willingness to deliver when the sport is more about country and continent than cash, the Ryder Cup tends to deliver more stunning shots in three days than most fans see in a month.
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Rory McIlroy's unwillingness to adapt his game to links golf led some of the sport's elder statesmen to say his attitude must change.
From 213 yards, Casey hit a 4-iron _ moments after European captain Ian Woosnam said his teammates had been hitting 3-iron _ and the ball landed a few feet short of the hole and tumbled into the cup.
Woosnam said he believes McIlroy's attitude will change.