The Dream Team By Cliff Schrock November 08, 2011 Share this story Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Arnold Palmer Team Record: 22-8-2Singles Record: 6-3-2Breakdown: His aggressive play paid off more often than not and inspired his teammates. Seve Ballesteros Team Record: 20-12-5Singles Record: 2-4-2Breakdown: Passion, creativity and unpredictability made him feared. Sergio Garcia Team Record: 14-6-4Singles Record: 1-4-0Breakdown: His fervor is tough enough, then add a never-going-to-lose attitude. Nick Faldo Team Record: 23-19-4Singles Record: 6-4-1Breakdown: The "biggest point-earner in Ryder Cup history" says it all about this par-making machine. Colin Montgomerie Team Record: 20-9-7Singles Record: 6-0-2Breakdown: Team match-play elevated Monty's game to major-champion level. Jose Maria Olazabal Team Record: 18-8-5Singles Record: 2-4-1Breakdown: An incredible short game got even better under the European banner. Billy Casper Team Record: 20-10-7Singles Record: 6-2-2Breakdown: No lead was safe with his ability to get hot with the putter. Larry Nelson Team Record: 9-3-1Singles Record: 2-0-1Breakdown: Vietnam vet looked meek, but was combat-tough in big moments. Ernie Els Team Record: 16-12-2Singles Record: 3-3-0Breakdown: His clutch putt against Tiger Woods at the 2003 Presidents Cup exemplified his match-play toughness. Lanny Wadkins Team Record: 20-11-3Singles Record: 4-2-2Breakdown: He could turn around a match, or lock one up, with his streaky play. Lee Trevino Team Record: 17-7-6Singles Record: 6-2-2Breakdown: His chit-chat and shotmaking gave his opponent little chance. Jack Nicklaus Team Record: 17-8-3Singles Record: 4-4-2Breakdown: Fear of the Golden Bear put the other guy 2 down on the first tee. Tony Jacklin (Captain) Led Europe to a 2-1-1 Ryder Cup record from 1983 to 1989. Walter Hagen (Captain) He was 4-2 as U.S. captain. Shop This Look Powered By:Wayfair.com We may make 💰 from these links. Next Up Dream Team 12 Photos We Recommend 'Golf's potential dream team' OnCore Golf releases new tour ball, the ELIXR Golf World Monday: The PGA Tour's new feeder system How a former PGA Tour pro helped rebuild a college golf team Golf Channel replaces 'Morning Drive' with new show, adds Shane Bacon to team Joe Tessitore and Rob Riggle—America's new golf broadcast dream team—sound off on the making of 'Holey Moley'