Europe's heavy Ryder Cup defeat has inspired officials into radical rethink of an outdated qualifying system

A radical overhaul of the qualifying system for Europe's Ryder Cup team is on the cards as those in power consider the appropriate response to the heavy defeat at Hazeltine a fortnight ago.
Alex Noren's victory at the British Masters on Sunday will have concentrated minds that change is needed. If the qualifying system had not ended a month before the Ryder Cup, Noren's victory in the first week of September in Switzerland - following his Scottish Open success in July - would have identified him as a player with a hot hand and worthy of a place in the team.
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17 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 32
Source: Daily Mail

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