has revealed that he can hardly wait for the Ryder Cup
to get underway at Celtic Manor tomorrow (October 1st).
The 37-year-old will be looking to lead from the front with his Nike Victory Red Tour driver
in a US team which features five rookies.
But having arrived in Wales on Monday, Cink admitted that he is now desperate to get out on the course and help Corey Pavin's men retain the famous old trophy.
"It's a long few days here with practice and all the stuff that goes on at the hotel but it's exciting and there's a lot of laughs with the boys," he told Sky Sports News.
"But definitely it's all about Friday through Sunday and we really want to get to the competition."
The 2009 Open champion also expressed confidence in his team-mates and questioned the consensus that Europe will begin as favourites on home soil.
Cink spent over 40 weeks in the official world top ten golf rankings between 2005 and 2009.
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