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Seamus Power Expresses Desire To Team Up With Shane Lowry As Ryder Cup Prep Begins

Seamus Power Expresses Desire To Team Up With Shane Lowry As Ryder Cup Prep Begins
By Colman Stanley Updated
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Seamus Power took another step towards a place on next year's Ryder Cup team, after he was named in the GB & Ireland team to take on Continental Europe at the Hero Cup in January.

Shane Lowry has also been selected for the team, and along with England's Tyrrell Hatton and Tommy Fleetwood, would be considered an 'elder-statesman' of the Fleetwood captained side.

Seamus Power has since spoken of his delight at the selection, and has expressed a desire to team up with Shane Lowry when the competition takes place at Abu Dhabi Golf Club from January 13-15.

“I haven’t been a part of anything like this before, but it will be incredible to meet everyone and represent my team.

“I’d love to play with Shane. With the golf he has played this year and knowing his game, I think we would make a strong partnership. But I would be very happy to be matched up with anyone really.”

Seamus Power Speaks Of Desire To Pair Up With Shane Lowry

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“Having the experience of Shane and Tyrrell will be invaluable for the rest of the team in a match play environment, but I think we are really strong throughout the team,” captain Tommy Fleetwood said.

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“We have proven winners in some of the biggest DP World Tour events and it will be great to have Seamus with us following his excellent start to the season in America.”

The Hero Cup is seen as an opportunity to get less experienced players some invaluable team-matchplay experience, while also working out potential pairings for next year's Ryder Cup, similar to the President's Cup which is contested by the USA and an International team.

The 2023 Ryder Cup takes place next September at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club club in Rome, where Luke Donald will captain the European side as they look to win back their trophy from the USA.

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