Rory McIlroy Plea Rule Changes
Rory McIlroy posed a plea for certain changes in Ryder Cup that pertain to changes in the tour agenda.
The news is that Roy has made a stand against certain rules along with other players. The wish that Roy made might be granted soon. The plea posed by the world number two player in the European Tour is to make certain changes in the selection procedure that might include a dramatic overhaul. The chief executive has even shown his willingness to go along with the changes as he stated that the organization will not back away from making big changes.
McIlroy stated last week that the regulation about players having to be members of the Tour in order to be part of the biennial dust up event needs to be looked into.
This has been supported by Lee Westwood as well. Paul Casey however could not appear due to such a rule. He is currently at the twelfth position and appeared at the Hazeltine tournament last. He also suffered a defeat as part of the Europe team.
The speculations are rife as to whether the Ryder Cup will continue to be a major part of the Tour Pelley feels that the stars of the game should be able to concentrate on their game without having to worry about selection criteria. Paul Casey being kept out of Hazeltine triggers the challenge that Rory put in. The eligibility ruling pertained to the Ryder Cup selections. As per Rory’s words, they as gatekeepers for the Tour, they need to ensure that the players should want to play for the experience, course as well as the purse. The need should be more than simply wanting to remain a member as well as to be eligible for playing Ryder Cup tournament which has been the scene of late.