McDowell named Ryder Cup vice captain
Padraig Harrington has unveiled two more of his vice captains for the 2020 Ryder Cup.
Graeme McDowell returns as vice captain after his stint in 2018 - the Northern Irishman played in four consecutive Ryder Cups winning 9 points in 15 matches, including the winning point in 2010 at Celtic Manor.
Martin Kymer has also been named, taking up the vice captaincy role for the first time after four appearances as a player.
They'll join Luke Donald and Robert Karlsson as vice captains for the battle against the USA at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin on September 24th.
Introducing two further Vice Captains…— Ryder Cup Europe (@RyderCupEurope) June 23, 2021
Welcome to the team @MKaymer59 and @Graeme_McDowell 🤝
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