This Dud's For You
Ryder Cup pressure has turned some of the game's best players into the Arizona Cardinals of golf. Here are 10 who've brought the sizzle but left the steak at home
By Sal Johnson
The guy might be able to win the U.S. Open on one leg, but he still hasn't figured out how to dominate the Ryder Cup.
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With that record, hard to believe Paddy's been on three winning teams. Europe might consider trading him to the U.S.
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Avoided a win-column goose egg by drawing incredibly Gentle Ben in a 1987 singles match.
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To his credit the 1951 British Open champion drew tougher opponents than Kimbo Slice (see Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Jack Burke, Jr.).
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Statistically the worst Ryder Cupper ever; no player has more losses without a win or a halve.
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He may have captained the comeback kids in '99, but as a player he proved that at the Ryder Cup, nice guys do finish last.
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Sure, he's 3-1-1 in singles, but he's a mere 2-3 when paired with the world's two best players (Woods and Phil Mickelson).
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The two-time major champ won the first Ryder Cup match he ever played. He should have stopped then.
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Bled red, white and blue and had a rep as one tough SOB. But his Ryder record is more sob story.
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Stunningly, Weetman was also chosen to captain the 1965 matches. Can you guess the result?
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