LLOYD SALTMAN: Definitely. It's a serious consideration. You know, after getting a taste of this weekend, just falling short, it makes you want to come back and be on a winning site. It's you know, there is nothing written down, so I'm going to kind of keep my options open, and who knows? Maybe be back in two years to get a Walker Cup.
GARY WOLSTENHOLME: Obviously, I'm very proud of that. I would have given anything to have lost today if the team won. I know that's a bit of a cliche. It's deflating in some respects, but obviously such a special moment and the tournament is such a special tournament that even though we've lost, I actually felt, having watched the guys, and so proud how they sort of fought back, it actually feels as though we've almost won.
I don't know how that's possible. That putt on the last for Nigel, and half an inch is what it's turned out to be, that's what determined which way the Walker Cup goes. Matt Richardson did so well to get the points on the board earlier. I managed to win, admittedly a lot harder than it should have been. Hopefully, that gave the team a momentum. It was just like Ganton. It slid both ways. I really thought the heroics of our team had gone our way. It wasn't to be, but that's the way it is.
It's great to be here. I've enjoyed the experience so much. The guys are like family now, and hopefully I can be here in two years' time.
GARY WOLSTENHOLME: From a personal perspective, I think that Bob's worked very hard to try to create a more cohesive unit. Obviously little stories come out that they got together ten days ago, that sort of thing. At the end of the day, that's not what it's all about. It's all about the human beings being together, and we had fantastic team spirit. Really, all I can talk about is our team. Garth, he was father, brother, friend, mentor, the whole thing this week. Peter was the same, Roger was great. We have had a fantastic team spirit for a year or more, since we came here last year.
And the great thing is that everybody who's been in the team, new guys like Ollie have slotted in fabulously well. I feel we're perpetuating something. Whether their team spirit was better or not, they won the match. You'll have to ask them.
GARY WOLSTENHOLME: Well, I just walked down to the opening ceremony, and they were walking together, and everyone was applauding, and they both put their hands up together. I swear to you now, I could see them doing that coming down the 18th at the US Open. These two are phenomenal players. They're very, very special players. Now, whether they'll be here in two years, I don't know. No one really knows, but I hope they are, because I'll tell you one thing, if we've got these two on our team, that would really be a special team.
The backbone of any successful team, you need guys that are going to be leaders, and these two are leaders, even at their young age.