GWK: Do you share Keegan Bradley’s view that it has become too much of a boy’s club and in picking these teams?
LG: Seems like it, yeah.
GWK: Do you feel the result at the Ryder Cup could have been different with you on the team?
LG: I can’t answer that. I’d like to say yes but I can’t say for sure.
GWK: Did you feel you had done enough to make it?
LG: I felt I had done enough then. You know, maybe not over two years, right? Keegan, sure had, in my opinion. But according to the reason they have six picks I did enough.
GWK: Were you expecting a positive call from Zach Johnson?
LG: I didn’t really know. But you know, Zach and I are such good friends. I just tried to make it easy on him, try not to carry on the conversation because I know it’s not the most fun thing to do. But I knew as soon he started – I could just tell from his voice. I said, I understood and you know, go get’em and good luck.
GWK: How has not making the team motivated you for future team events?
LG: The next one is at Bethpage, that’s going to be pretty big and a cool spot for me. I’d love to be there in some capacity, playing or something. I’ve said every year, making those teams is one of the coolest honors in sports, playing for your country. And unfortunately, it hadn’t been at the forefront of my mind lately, because I’ve been playing so poorly. But now it’s there. It’s real. And yeah, I’d love to do it.