David Duval Has On-Air Ryder Cup Argument With Something Called A Brandel Chamblee
It's not much of a premise worth arguing over: does the captain of a certain Ryder Cup team actually do anything? On some level, sure, they "set the tone" with some sort of indescribable "leadership" quality, but for the most part, an individual sport is an individual sport whether or not you tell them they have teammates.
This was David Duval's point, which he backs up by citing his experience playing two Ryder Cup "teams" in 1999 (when they won) and 2002 (when they did not). Brandel Chamblee, on the other hand, saw things very differently, despite never having played in a single Ryder Cup -- or had any meaningful success outside of the "Names That Sound Like A Brand Of Boxed Wine" contest.
A solid dad fight, below...
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