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HomeGolfEuropean Tour (EPGA)EPGA News: Thomas Bjorn returning as European Ryder Cup vice captain

EPGA News: Thomas Bjorn returning as European Ryder Cup vice captain

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Thomas Bjorn will return as a vice captain for the European team in the 2025 Ryder Cup.

Captain Luke Donald announced Tuesday that Bjorn will be by his side again when Team Europe attempts to defend its title at Bethpage Black in New York from Sept. 26-28, 2025.

This will be Bjorn’s six time as a vice captain. The Dane played in three Ryder Cup competitions, and he also was the captain when the Europeans won in 2018 at Le Golf National in Paris.

“I am very excited to have Thomas back on the team,” Donald said. “Once I was appointed as Captain again, my thoughts quickly went to who I wanted to have in the backroom staff. And Thomas certainly was one of those.”

Donald announced the addition of Edoardo Molinari of Italy to the staff in January.

Europe defeated the United States 16 1/2-11 1/2 at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Italy.

Playing on American soil is different, though, and Donald said there is no time to waste in setting up the framework of the team.

“This is an away Ryder Cup, so the earlier we can start planning, the better,” Donald said. “It has more challenges than a home match, but now I have Edoardo and Thomas alongside me. I can get together with them and start the planning process around how we can create the right culture for the team to succeed in New York.”

Bjorn, 53, said he’s happy to return to the role.

“It was a natural progression from last time. Luke called me and said he wanted me to carry on into New York, understanding that it’s going to be a completely different Ryder Cup in 2025 at Bethpage,” Bjorn said.

“We had some conversations back and forth mostly about how to go from the victory in Rome and into a new set up for New York, debriefing on what happened in Rome and how we carry it forward.”

–Field Level Media

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