Ryder Cup Turns A Disastrous Experience For Simpson

As far as Ryder Cup is concerned it continues to bring in analysis from the players even in its 40th year. It is from the mouth of Webb Simpson who is gearing up for the first time after Gleneagles at the Hospital for the Children Open called Shriners. Webb Simpson is the defending champion.

Last month he made his second appearance but unfortunately he lost the match playing with Bubba Watson in the opening itself and then it was with Ian Poulter that his match was halved. His week was great no doubt about that but it was everything apart golf which took toll. The experience of golf was just terrible for him since it was just two matches that he played. He was all set to play the match in Scotland but sitting for three matches continuously was tough. He did not lie as the part of golf sucked him up totally. May be he would have a different answer if he does not sit for three matches continuously.

Speaking with Todd Lewis he spoke in a conference for expanding the post tournament event. His anticipation for the Ryder Cup was superb but it was not what he expected. His team lost and nobody likes to lose. It was Tom Watson, the captain of the U.S team who was one of the veterans out of three that selected Simpson. Simpson was not in his correct state of mind and that became the reason precisely to be hailed as failure. No matter how hard he tried but it could not be turned into laurels by him.

He wishes to bounce back and prepare for the next event as failure is a part and parcel of life which does not suppress the sportsman in any way. The fighting spirit keeps them going.