Golf – Donald keen to captain Europe

Luke Donald has revealed that he would "gladly take" the opportunity to captain Europe in the Ryder Cup in the future. The 42-year-old was one of Thomas Bjorn's vice-captains in Paris two years ago and will play the same role for Padraig Harrington's team at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin in September, with Europe 6/4 with bet365 to beat the United States. Alongside his experience of working as a vice-captain, Donald has represented Europe at the 2004, 2006, 2010 and 2012 editions of the Ryder Cup, boasting an impressive record of ten wins from 15 Ryder Cup matches. The goal for the former world No.1 now is to be handed the captaincy of the European team and hopes that honour will arrive in the future. "I'd love to be a captain one day, hopefully my record and attendance in Ryder Cup would give me a chance," he told Sky Sports.

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