Warren hopes for late Ryder Cup push
ahead of the squad announcement next month.
After winning his first European Tour event since 2007 with victory at the Made in Denmark event on Sunday, Warren admitted he hasn’t completely given up on making one of the biggest events in golf.
He said: “For the whole season I’ve not been in a position where I would consider myself to be in with a realistic chance, so making the team has never really come into my thinking before.
“But if I go to Italy and win then you never know because Paul (McGinley) has said he wants people who are in form going into the Ryder Cup, so we’ll see.
“Paul knows I’ve got a lot of experience on the course at Gleneagles, but there’s so many strong candidates I think I would be down the list.
“Even if I won in Italy I’m not sure it would be enough, but it would be nice to give him something to think about.”
McGinley will announce his three captain’s picks on September 2 after the conclusion of the Italian Open.
The 33-year-old won the Made In Denmark event in Aalborg to claim his first title since winning the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles – home to this year’s Ryder Cup – back in 2007.
Delight Golfer Marc Warren