Pay per head: U.s. tries to illuminate Ryder Cup hardships.

Pay per head:U.s. tries to illuminate Ryder Cup.

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The PGA of America needs to investigate its Ryder Cup disappointments by making a team that incorporates Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, alongside three past chiefs of losing American groups.

The 11-part Ryder Cup Task Force proclaimed early Tuesday has five players, three previous skippers and three PGA of America authorities.

The co-seats are PGA CEO Pete Bevacqua and Derek Sprague, next in line to be president of the PGA of America.

The objective of the team is to look at all parts of the Ryder Cup, including choices of chiefs and players and additionally how the week of the opposition would play out.

The past skippers on the board are Davis Love III (2012), Tom Lehman (2006) and Raymond Floyd (1989). Mickelson and Woods are joined by Steve Stricker, Jim Furyk and Rickie Fowler.

Woods has played on stand out winning group, in 1999. Mickelson and Furyk have played on two winning groups. Stricker played in his first Ryder Cup in 2008 and was an aide skipper not long from now at Gleneagles. Fowler has not won a match in his two Ryder Cup appearances..pay per head

The other PGA of America official on the team is Paul Levy, who is the secretary of the association.

Paul Azinger and Ben Crenshaw, the main U.s. chiefs to win in the previous 20 years, are not on the team.

Azinger said Monday that he was approached by the PGA of America about being piece of the board that will assess everything identified with the Ryder Cup, yet he feels its so soon there is no option make a pledge.

Azinger declined to examine the subject of one month from now's gathering, in spite of the fact that he has not precluded coming back to the part of commander once more, if asked.

The U.s. has lost six of the previous seven Ryder Cups, including a 16½-11½ annihilation to Europe two weeks back in Scotland. Azinger is the main winning U.s. skipper since 1999, heading the Americans to triumph in 2008 at Valhalla in Louisville.

Nine-time Ryder Cup determination Lee Westwood, who went 2-2 in his four matches at Gleneagles, took pride Tuesday in noting on Twitter that the Europeans' triumph constrained the U.s. into this choic.

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