A lot to live up to after “The Miracle of Medinah”. Paul McGinley will captain the European Ryder Cup team at Gleneagles, Scotland in 2014.
The 46 year old Dubliner, who becomes the first Irishman to Captain the team, takes over from Jose Maria Olazabal who beat the Americans on their own soil to retain the Ryder Cup.
The American Captain for the event is one of the greats in golf: Tom Watson.
It seemed that it was a formality that Paul McGinley would be named captain, but once it was announced that Tom Watson was the America captain, Colin Montgomerie threw his hat back in the ring after telling us all that after his captaincy at Celtic Manor in 2010 he vowed he would not stand again.
The likes of Rory Mcllroy considered Paul McGinley as the best man for the job, he is quoted to have said “ Myself, Ian Poulter, Luke Donald and Justin Rose have all voiced their opinion that they want Paul.”
Well Paul you have the job, not many outside of golf at this time would know your name but if you win the Ryder Cup in 2014 then everyone will know your name as they do Colin Montgomerie, but with great power comes great responsibility.
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