Europe's Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie has warned players vying for a spot on his team that he expects them to support European golf rather than chasing any big money offered in the US.
Speaking at the Celtic Manor course, which will host the team event on the eve of the Wales Open, Monty said that he expected potential team members to compete in the JWC at Gleneagles rather than at the $10 million FedEx Cup.
Two years ago Ian Poulter and Paul Casey were given wildcard entries to the team after choosing to stay in the US instead of making the side on points, something Monty hinted was unlikely to happen again in similar circumstances.
It comes as Bushnell
has been announced as a preferred supplier of golf equipment
to the 2010 European Ryder Cup team, supplying the side with top flight laser range finders.