Ryder Cup podcast: Who should be in Europe’s all-time ultimate team?

Some of the greatest golfers in history have represented Team Europe in the Ryder Cup, but who would feature in Europe’s ultimate all-time side?

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Some of the greatest golfers in history have represented Team Europe in the Ryder Cup, but who would feature in Europe’s ultimate all-time side?

Former European Ryder Cup players David Howell and Andrew Coltart were asked to select their dream line-up in the latest edition of the Sky Sports Golf podcast, with their task made harder by limitations on how many from each nation could be picked.

A maximum of two players from each of England, Spain, Ireland and Scotland could be named in either 12, with only one player from any other nation allowed to feature in the respective teams.

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The challenge proved to be a tough test for both Sky Sports pundits, with both having to leave out some high-profile names and European stalwarts in some controversial decision-making.

From having to decide which of Spanish legends Seve Ballesteros, Sergio Garcia and Jose Maria Olazabal misses out to debating whether Bernhard Langer gets the nod over ‘Miracle at Medinah’ hero Martin Kaymer, the duo both having to justify plenty of contentious picks!

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