THOMAS BJORN: No, I just don't think the Tour needs to go down that road. That's a player's players can do whatever. I just think the Tour just needs to say, well, we are not going to make special rules and favours for them to get them to make Ryder Cup teams and get them in our Money List or whatever. They need to come and play in our golf tournaments.
I mean, it's so easy today to be a member of this Tour. I've been there, played in America; I know how easy it is. You need to play four regular European Tour events to be a member. I mean, what else do you want? Do you want to be able to play in America all of your life and still feature on our Money List? Well, you've got to play golf in Europe if you want to be on our Money List, and if you want to be a part of our European Ryder Cup Team, you've got to play golf in Europe.
Q. So if they don't get on the Ryder Cup Team, that's their fault?
THOMAS BJORN: That's their I mean, I would like to see us having the best team every time, but it might not end up being like that for the near future.
GORDON SIMPSON: Thomas, have a great week here.
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