Golf-European Ryder Cup points standings

Mon Apr 16, 2012 4:12pm BST

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 April 16 (Reuters) - European Ryder Cup points standings on 	
Monday:  	
 European points list:  	
1. Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)   2584843.51 points  	
2. Peter Hanson (Sweden)             1598566.29	
3. Martin Kaymer (Germany)           1587688.41	
4. Justin Rose (England)             1483613.23	
5. Paul Lawrie (Scotland)            1353284.96	
6. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spain) 1261297.96	
7. Sergio Garcia (Spain)             1219822.68	
8. Lee Westwood (England)            1203446.04	
9. Alvaro Quiros (Spain)             1155967.13	
  10. Michael Hoey (Northern Ireland)   1028586.03	
 	
 World points list:  	
1. McIlroy                             311.83 points	
2. Luke Donald (England)               215.30	
3. Rose                                209.31	
4. Westwood                            203.70	
5. Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland)  149.09	
6. Hanson                              147.61	
7. Kaymer                              144.38	
8. Garcia                              129.83	
9. Lawrie                              120.85	
  10. Fernandez-Castano                   108.12	
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 Team as it stands: McIlroy, Hanson, Kaymer, Rose, Lawrie,
Donald, Westwood, McDowell, Garcia, Fernandez-Castano (plus two
players of the captain's choice)  	
 * Top five on European points list qualify for team, plus 	
top five on world points list not otherwise qualified from 	
European points list. Captain Jose Maria Olazabal will also 	
select two players for his 12-man team for the match against the	
U.S. at Medinah Country Club, Illinois from Sept. 28-30.	
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