1. Captain Tom Watson
With all his success in the Open, he's practically an honorary Scotsman. This will greatly confuse the locals, who aren't going to like cheering against old Tom. What's more, he's already led one squad (1993, at the Belfry) to victory in the UK, and that was against a legend-stacked Euro team. (Sorry, Victor Dubuisson. You may have Seve-like moments, but you're no Seve.) Here's how badly Watson wants to win. At a pretournament banquet in '93, Euro player Sam Torrance asked Watson to sign Torrance's dinner menu. Watson said no, touching off an international incident. The U.S. won 15-13, and Watson said, "This is the best feeling I've ever had in golf." He'll say it again.