COREY Pavin has a difficult decision to make before he announces his four captain’s choices for this year’s Ryder Cup.
That choice is whether he should pick World Number 1 Tiger Woods, or if he should leave him out of the team.
Woods may be the best player of his generation, but he has never performed well in the Ryder Cup.
In his first Ryder Cup in 1997 at Valderrama Woods was expected to gain five points from five, but he only took one-and-a-half.
In 2008 at Valhalla, the last time the Ryder Cup was held, Woods was missing through injury and the team beat Europe. You could feel that America generated the team ethos, which I think had been the reason Europe had done so well in the proceeding events. That year Faldo was not able to instil the team ethic.
I feel that Woods will be picked today (Tuesday, September 7) and he will play his role at Celtic Manor, Newport, from October 1-3.
In my opinion Europe will win this year after a very close contest.
Montgomerie had all the qualities to be a good captain.
Meanwhile, The X Factor has started again and is as watchable as ever.
Did Abbey Johnstone and Lisa Parker ever seriously think they could be singers.