Friday, January 8, 2010


Darren Clarke wants nothing more than to get back into the European Ryder Cup team in 2010 but the Northern Irishman knows he must first start winning again.

The 41-year-old is in East London this week for the Africa Open, and, after a forgettable past 12 months, he is hoping for redemption in the new year.

Clarke, one of the heroes of the 2006 Ryder Cup victory at The K Club in Ireland, had only three top-10 finishes in 2009, the best of which came at the KLM Open in Zandvoort, where he tied for fifth.

By his own admission, it was a poor year and he is now keener than ever to make amends, with one eye firmly set on the contest against the United States in nine months' time.

"It was pretty obvious last year and I wanted to come back and get off to a fast start.

"I missed the Ryder Cup2010 the last time. I thought I had a good chance of making it but I missed it and I desperately want to get back on the team again. So that's the idea behind the early start."

Clarke also revealed his eagerness to improve on his form.

Speaking about his other goals, he continued: "Just to get back in the winner's circle again as soon as I can. I want to get back to winning ways again.

"I didn't win last year. I had a pretty poor year so I want to get back in the winner's circle and go from there."

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