Henrik Stenson will not participate in the Saudi-backed Independent Tour for the time being. Approval that he will captain Europe at the Ryder Cup 2023 comes from the 2016 Open champion’s declarations. That he will not be involved in the ongoing wave interruption. Ryder Cup fans can buy Ryder Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.
Stenson said. “I am fully dedicated to being captain and to the Ryder Cup Euro. There were very much back and forth conjectures and the track ahead of us. So we will be working on this and I will do everything. I can to build a winning team in Roma.”
“The captain signed the agreement. He was the only one who did. The player and the vice-captain didn’t. Between the Ryder Cup Europe and the captain but the captain had a deal and those contracts. So I’m fully committed to a captain my role and work for the result we want in Rome. “
Of course, he will not be bound by such terms the subplot is that when Stenson’s tenure ends but for now, the DP World Tour has got its man.
Stenson defeated Luke Donald to become the second Scandinavian and the first Swede to captain Europe after Thomas Bjorn. After beating the US across the board in Wisconsin last September. Europe will bid to win the trophy back in Rome.
Henrik Stenson Europe Captain
“We are ready for the challenge, we saw a very strong American team in Whistling Straits But we also saw it go to Paris [at the 2018 Ryder Cup]. Yes, I know my players are ready for the challenge, we were beaten last time. But we have also managed to defeat a formidable opponent from the past.” said Stenson.
On Friday, European Ryder Cup director Guy Kinnings offered Stenson a position at Sawgrass. “We look to him to bring a unique style to the role as Mr Stenson also has an excellently tuned. Dry sense of humour as we know it, and he leaves his mark,” Kinnings said. “That he was a fierce competitor but we should also not forget.”
Despite a string of recent PR hits, the Saudi plan, led by Greg Norman, is believed to have moved ahead at a rapid pace. A series of lucrative tournaments, including one in the United States, is expected to be announced shortly. If that happens, the PGA Tour’s stance could be subject to a high-profile legal challenge. That any player signing with Norman could be banned from the tour.