PAUL McGINLEY: I think it's a matter of time. We have a very, very young Ryder Cup team. I think it's just a matter of time. People used to ask me the same question, why have we not had an Irish winner. A matter of time. Darren has won, Padraig has nearly won. It comes in spurts, and I think we had a stage where we were winning all the major championships and we didn't have the strength and depth in the European Tour. Now it's flipped. We have the strength and depth in the European Tour and we don't have the major championships. Can any of you not bet against Sergio not winning a major? I certainly wouldn't, just to give you one example.
It's a matter of time before the ball starts rolling. If one European wins, you'll get two and three winning right behind. Sandy opened the floodgates and then everybody started winning. Sandy, two or three major championships, he's got a corner to fight, too.
RODDY WILLIAMS: Paul, thanks very much for your time.
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