TOM LEHMAN: I would disagree with anybody who says it's more important to the European players than the U.S. players. I think it means a great deal to the U.S. players to be able to participate in a Ryder Cup match.
But I think, like I said before, the idea would be we know how much they want to win. We know how much it means to them to beat the Americans. Who cares if you've beaten that guy nine out of ten times this year? This is a team match and we have to win, period. I think that's where our guys are I think you talk to any guy, any American player right now, they're sick and tired of losing. They're sick and tired of hearing the fact that they're not together as a team, that they don't get along and all the negative things you hear. People are sick and tired of hearing that out here, I'm sure.
I think you'll see a very committed group of guys in Ireland.
JULIUS MASON: Tom Lehman, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you very much.
TOM LEHMAN: Thank you.
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