Snedeker Vows To Beat Europe’s Brains In

FedEx Champion and United States rookie, Brandt Snedeker is out to 'beat the Europeans brains in' during this weeks Ryder Cup at Medinah.


The world number ten has had a great year since his performance at the British Open and this culminated with a victory at the PGA Tour Championship, netting the American a cool £6.15 million.


"I'm very, very competitive," said the world number 10. "People don't get that because I'm polite. But I'm going to try to beat their brains in as bad as I can."

The United States will be looking to reclaim the Ryder Cup after they lost it at Celtic Manor by the solitary point. Snedeker believes that their experienced players in the team with have a big impact on procedings, as they did when they won in 2008 at Valhalla.

"I have a fun time giving people a hard time," he added. "Especially guys like [USA team-mates] Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods - some of the best guys in the world.


"I feel like sometimes they get a hall pass because they are who they are. I want to make sure they don't get a hall pass and I don't care."


After European player, Ian Poulter, gave his press conference yesterday stating he wanted to 'kill' the American side it is set up to be a fiery atmosphere at Medinah as play gets underway Friday morning.