The GB&I Walker Cup captain stands down

Bernie McGuire
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The GB&I Walker Cup captain stands down

The Great Britain and Ireland Walker Cup Captain Craig Watson is standing down from next week’s match at Los Angeles Country Club in the USA due to a serious illness in his immediate family.

In his absence Andrew Ingram, Chairman of the GB&I men’s selectors, will take over as Acting Captain.
Ingram, 57, represented Wales at junior and youth level before going on to captain the Welsh men’s Home Internationals team on five occasions, including their victory in 2002. He became Chairman of the R&A Men’s Selection Committee in 2014 and has been Chairman of the Teams and Performance Committee at the Golf Union of Wales for more than ten years.
Ingram captained the winning European Junior Ryder Cup Team in the USA in 2004 and also at Celtic Manor in 2006 where Europe retained the trophy. He currently plays to a handicap of two and is a member at Royal Porthcawl.

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