Europe captain Paul McGinley believes next year's Ryder Cup will be a heavyweight contest which will again be decided by the narrowest of margins. Europe captain Paul McGinley accepts American counterpart Tom Watson's assertion that the home side will be favourites at next year's Ryder Cup, but he is not expecting a repeat of the record nine-point wins he was part of as a player in 2004 and 2006.
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