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Rory McIlroy shares shock at Bradley’s Ryder Cup captaincy

    McIlroy makes clear he will not be 2027 captainNorthern Irishman opens Scottish Open with solid 65

    Rory McIlroy believes the United States will need to switch Ryder Cup captains if Keegan Bradley qualifies to play next year at Bethpage. Bradley, who is 38, was the shock choice to lead the US after Tiger Woods turned down the opportunity. McIlroy said the news was met with “disbelief” when relayed to European players by their captain, Luke Donald, at a dinner on Sunday.

    As a current player, the possibility of Bradley combining roles in New York has been mooted. McIlroy regards such a scenario as impossible; the idea was even suggested to the Northern Irishmanfor the 2027 Ryder Cup at Adare Manor in Ireland but he immediately ruled it out.

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    ​McIlroy makes clear he will not be 2027 captainNorthern Irishman opens Scottish Open with solid 65Rory McIlroy believes the United States will need to switch Ryder Cup captains if Keegan Bradley qualifies to play next year at Bethpage. Bradley, who is 38, was the shock choice to lead the US after Tiger Woods turned down the opportunity. McIlroy said the news was met with “disbelief” when relayed to European players by their captain, Luke Donald, at a dinner on Sunday.As a current player, the possibility of Bradley combining roles in New York has been mooted. McIlroy regards such a scenario as impossible; the idea was even suggested to the Northern Irishmanfor the 2027 Ryder Cup at Adare Manor in Ireland but he immediately ruled it out. Continue reading… US news | The Guardian

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