Davis Love III spoke at a press conference yesterday at Harbour Town about areas in which he hopes to improve the US chances for victory. How does he hope to avoid a debacle like the US experienced at Gleaneagles? Well, a number of things. Among them, he plans to get everyone into the correct mindset going into the final day - something that wasn't achieved in Scotland. He also wants experienced vice-captains, who will each speak to certain players throughout the round based on their relationships and the play's mindsets. He plans to tell players when and who they will play with well ahead of time, again touching on the team's mental state. He hopes that this series of small changes will result in a US victory. One thing was especially clear. He has no doubts in the talent and ability of the US players.
When asked about his reasons for playing this week at the RBC Heritage, the reporter implied he might be there to scout out captain's picks. "Make no mistake, I'm here to play and compete" said Love. We'll be looking out for him on the leaderboard.
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