Luke Donald has spoken of his pride in having a better Ryder Cup record than the legendary Tiger Woods. Donald was a key figure in four Ryder Cup wins for Team Europe, and will look to mastermind victory in Rome next year after being handed the captaincy.
Ad In four Ryder Cup appearances dating back to 2004, Donald won 10.5 points from a possible 15. Ryder Cup'I get punched but I punch back' — MacIntyre fighting for Ryder Cup spot19/09/2022 AT 06:34 Woods, a winner of 15 majors and widely regarded as the greatest to play the game, never dominated in team play like he did in regular events.
In eight Ryder Cup appearances, Woods earned 14.5 points from a possible 37, and only got his hands on the trophy on one occasion.
Despite being a world No. 1 for 56 weeks and with 17 wins to his name, Donald admitted it was nice to have a better record in one department than Woods.Read more on eurosport.com