Olazabal Cites 'Torture' Despite Ryder Victory

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José María Olazábal, Europe's victorious Ryder Cup captain, has recalled the "torture" of watching his side overturn the USA side at Medinah.

Olazabal cut a consistently emotional figure as Europe recovered from 10-6 down at the start of the final day to defeat the USA team by a point in a comeback widely recognised as one of the finest in Ryder Cup history.

The Spaniard, however, has admitted how difficult the thrilling finale was to preside over. "You go through hell," he said. "It was torture. You cannot do anything about it, you don't...

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