Will be Miguel Angel Jimenez vice captain?

Miguel Angel jimenezMiguel Angel Jimenez, the player from Malaga who turned 50 on January 5th , has revealed that he would accept to be one of the vice captains Paul McGinley at the next Ryder Cup to be held at Gleneagles but his real goal is to be the month of September as a team player .

“If I play well I think I’ll be on the team” , said in Durban, the Guadalhorce golf course designer , where he is contesting the Volvo Golf Champions after his victory in the Hong Kong Open last December. “It’s very difficult to maintain a high level , but if my game helps I can be there…” added the Malaga player whose last appearance as Ryder was at Celtic Manor in 2010.

The spanish golfer confessed, he had a conversation with McGinley . “We had a few words and he wants me to be the captain in the EurAsia Cup ‘ll do that and if I’m not on the Ryder Cup team , I’ll probably be helping in Gleneagles . But my intention is to keep working hard on my game because I’d be there with bats in their hands. ”

If so, Miguel Angel Jimenez became the oldest player to contest a Ryder Cup by beating Ted Ray than 50 years, two months and five days old was present at the inaugural 1927 edition .

McGinley , who was Vice-Captain with Jimenez in the miracle at Medinah in 2012, has said he will appoint his assistants until next May or June.

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Arnaus Adria – Cup Andalucia

Adriá-Arnaus-campeón-Copa-de-Andalucía-2013Arnaus Adria from Catalonia, Spain has set in with great forcefulness in Cup Andalucia Men 2014 which was played at the Real Club de Golf Guadalmina Malaga, scoring for the World Ranking and the 2014 National Boy.

A final card of 66 shots, the best of the day, a record that has already achieved on the second day, he has taken hold in the first place, with 272 hits in total and a wide advantage of ten impacts over the runners, Paul Matesanz and Ivan Cantero . Tells the Press RFEG .

For his part, Paul Matesanz, with 72 strokes, he has managed to finish second, but far from the champion, while Ivan Cantero, 71, also got second place finish by the Basque golfer, both with 282 hits.

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