Fifty-year-old, Cink gain final spots
MILWAUKEE -- Jay Haas passed up easy money on the 50-and-older Champions Tour for a chance to play for free in the Ryder Cup.
On Monday, he felt like a million bucks.
Haas, who turned 50 last December but continued to compete
against guys half his age, became the second-oldest player in the
Ryder Cup when he joined Stewart Cink as the two captain's picks
for a U.S. team that will try to regain the cup from Europe in the
Sept. 17-19 matches at Oakland ...
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