Darren Clarke, a Cup hero in the past is coming into form again after a sixth-place finish at Sunday's Bridgestone Invitational and will be looking to justify his taylormade r11 pal Lee Westwood's glowing endorsement of his Valhalla credentials.
Westwood said: “Darren sums up the old line 'form is fickle but class is permanent.' We need players like him in the Golf Clubs for Sale Ryder Cup side.”
Justin Rose, Oliver Wilson, Nick Dougherty, Paul Casey and Ross Fisher can also give themselves a further boost with a good performance burner superfast 2.0 this week, along with Ian Poulter.
And, while they have one eye on the Wannamaker Trophy and the other on the Ryder Cup, they will have serious challengers in a handful of TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Rescue Scandinavian exiles also aiming to give Faldo a nudge.