TOM WATSON: He'd be one of my top choices, yeah, he sure would.
Now, as a captain, the way I look at it when I was trying to make my -- when I was making my choices at the PGA Championship, there were players ahead of Raymond Floyd and Lanny Wadkins on the list, but the problem is those players seemed to me were having a real downtime, all of them. Almost every one of them was just kind of on a down. They hadn't played well, they took some time off because they weren't playing well, and nobody just said, okay, I'm taking it, I'm there. I don't know why. So, I went with experience. That's what a captain has to do. That's the only thing a captain has to do is make two picks. The rest of it is the players' responsibility to play and win matches.
RAND JERRIS: Tom, thanks very much for your time, and we wish you luck this week.
TOM WATSON: Appreciate it.
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