Even the best-made plans face some adversity along the way. Paul McGinley knew that even if Europe got off to a fast start, the Americans would at some point mount a sustained charge and fight back. It was important that the European players would be ready for this and to know how to react. In the Saturday morning fourballs, the inevitable US charge materialised and for several hours the leaderboard was awash with red. However, the charge was short-lived. The Rock had given the European players an indelible image to hold in their minds as the American cavalry steamed in. The message was, “Yes, there will be heavy waves battering against you at some point; yes, you do have the weight of your team mates behind you; and yes, the rock of Europe is stubborn and resilient against all.”
Printed on 200gsm photo paper with a semi-matt finish at dimensions of 420mm / 594mm
Please note the prints are not framed.