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Bob MacIntyre reveals dinner with Ryder Cup legend inspiring him to make his own history in Rome

Oban ace Bob MacIntyre is inspired to write his own piece of Ryder Cup history after a night with European icon Sam Torrance.

And the 27-year-old has revealed that skipper Luke Donald is bang on board with his decision to buck the trend and play in this week’s Cazoo French Open just prior to the clash against the US. MacIntyre joined his 11 Ryder Cup team-mates at Wentworth last week for the BMW PGA Championship as he fine-tunes for Rome. During his time in Surrey, he linked up with countryman Torrance for a dinner catch-up ahead of his dream appearance in Italy.

Torrance is a legend of the matches having represented Europe as a player on eight occasions consecutively between 1981 and 1995. In 1985, he holed the winning putt at The Belfry to give Tony Jacklin’s side a first-ever success over the States as Team Europe. Torrance returned to the Warwickshire venue as captain in 2002 to grab back the trophy that was lost in the Battle of Brookline three years previously.

He has also been a vice-captain and MacIntyre enjoyed soaking up golden tales from the past and collecting key tips for the future. He said: “It was good. Once I got into The Ryder Cup team, it was all set up.

“It wasn’t a case of picking his brains, it was just listening to him tell stories about his past experiences and how he can help me. It was a great laugh, to be honest. I saw a photo of his trophy cabinet and there are eight Ryder Cup trophies.

“He’s been there, he’s done it and achieved everything he’s needed to achieve. I mean it is good just to get snippets of how he did certain things. I am trying to create my own history now but it’s to get little bits of information from these guys and my team-mates, like Justin Rose. Through the past week, I’ve