I just did an interview, they asked me 25 questions about the Ryder Cup, and one of the questions was: What's the difference between the American team and the European team? One of the big differences is that the European team chooses their two picks a lot later than we do, which is an advantage because they can go with players who are more recent in judging how they are playing. We have to pick ours the week of the PGA, and there's a month there. In the period of a month, players might not be playing very well. You don't know. Some guys will take two or three weeks off, and that's not necessarily good.
The European team, they pick theirs, when, about the 13th of September, two weeks before?
Q. End of August.
TOM WATSON: End of August. So they have a two week push on us. I think there's a slight edge, picking your players.
DAVE SENKO: Thank you, Tom.
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