Golf: Casey's aim to contest titles.Byline: By Mark Garrod
PAUL Casey This page is about the English golfer. For the Gaelic football player see Paul Casey.
Paul Alexander Casey (born 21 July 1977) is an English golfer who is a member of the world's top two professional golf tours, the U.S. based PGA Tour and the European Tour. is in no doubt about what he needs most to achieve his golfing ambitions - consistency.
The Ryder Cup Ryder Cup
Biennial team golf event first held in 1927. It was originally played between teams of golfers from the U.S. and Britain; since 1979 players opposing the U.S. have been chosen from all of Europe. The trophy was donated by the British seed merchant Samuel Ryder. star, who began the defence of the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles The Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles is a European Tour golf tournament which is played at the Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland, which has been one of the best known golf resorts in Scotland since the 1920s. today, simply marvels at the way Tiger Woods Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled. is a contender in virtually every tournament he plays.
"I think the very telling statistic that I saw this year was that there were only seven guys who made the cut in all four majors," said Casey.
"I was one of them, but Tiger played them in one under, Justin (Rose) was second with 15 over and I was 27 over.
"I'm very happy that I made the cut in all four, but that is a huge gap between Tiger and the rest of us.
"I'm not going to get sucked into measuring myself against Tiger. The 66 I shot at Oakmont this year (at the US Open) was the low round by two and that is the bit that is exciting me.
"I think I am capable of playing those type of golf courses and adapting my game, but what I need to work on is my consistency.
"It's disappointing that I haven't won since the start of the year, but I feel I've got better as a golfer."
Casey is fully aware that there is still time to make it a memorable season. Pipped by Padraig Harrington for the European Order of Merit Order of Merit
Brit an order awarded for outstanding achievement in any field crown last year the 30-year-old is currently only 12th in the standings.
But he can start closing the gap with Open champion Harrington, who is currently in the USA playing the FedEx Cup Not to be confused with the Fed Cup, an international women's team tennis tournament.
The FedEx Cup is a championship trophy for the PGA Tour. It is the first time that men's professional golf will have playoffs. play-offs, and having won twice already on the PGA (1) (Professional Graphics Adapter) An early IBM PC display standard for 3D processing with 640x480x256 resolution. It was not widely used.
(2) (Programmable Gate Array) See gate array and FPGA. Centenary Course it will be no surprise if he does it again.
Tournament chairman Colin Montgomerie, Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood are the only other members of last year's Ryder Cup side in the field.
Casey was not eligible for the FedEx Cup because he needed to have been a US Tour member from the start of the year.
"I will join at the end of the year and then I'll be a full member from 2008 onwards," he said.