Thankfully, Corey Pavin's Ryder Cup press conference looked nothing like the Lebron James "Decision."
Pavin revealed his four Captain's picks for the 2010 Ryder Cup Team-- Tiger Woods, Stewart Cink, Zach Johnson, and wild-card Rickie Fowler-- who will join the other exempt eight players in Wales where they will compete October 1-3.
While the golf world has eagerly awaited Tiger Woods' reassertion of dominance in an attempt to earn his position on the Ryder Cup Team, Corey Pavin has been hounded by the media, trashed by columnists, and probably wishes he had never signed up for the job. Regardless of the fact that Woods has not finished T-12 and T-11 in his last two events, lets face it—Woods was a guarantee.
But with the addition of Cink, Johnson, and 21-year-old sensation Rickie Fowler, Pavin has presented an eclectic team that fuses vital experience under pressure with youthful enthusiasm.
The American Ryder Cup Team has not won this prestigious event on foreign soil since 1993, but that's all about to change.