Ryder Cup USA Captain – Tom Lehman

Thomas Edward Lehman was born in Austin Minnasota in 1959. He turned professional in 1982 and has had a distinguished career as a pro golfer including winning the British Open in 1996.

Tom is 6’2″ and weighs 215 Lbs and has a right hand Swing.

He has had extensive experience of Ryder Cup competition having played for his country in 1995, 1997 and 1999. His record in the Ryder Cup matches is excellent having won each of his three singles matches.
This year Tom captains the USA Ryder Cup Team and will hope his team can reverse the recent ground that Europe has gained.

Visit the Tom’s official PGA profile and ESPN player profile for up to date player performance stats.

2 Responses to “Ryder Cup USA Captain – Tom Lehman”

  1. Curtis Colee says:

    To Tom Lehman: Just a team idea.
    Having taught college and making teams out of students in the same class, thus the same interest and subject focus, I found that team performance was better than single entity efforts. So, what if instead each player using his own caddy, they used one of the other players not playing that day who has a similar game. Thus they all get to read the greens and they all get to participate and learn from each other with regards of how to best play a whole. Leastwise, when a player goes out for the first time who did not play the first day, it would not really be his first time.

  2. George Butler says:

    Consider this(Ryder Cup) a pratice tourmament the big one in 2007.

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