Ryder Cup: Rafa Cabrera-Bello enlists help of European captain Thomas Bjorn

“It all hinges on how well I play here in New Jersey so I can’t say at this stage whether I will go to Denmark next week but then I don’t think I will go but I also cannot say ‘no’.”

As Cabrera-Bello stated, his best means of avoiding travelling to Denmark next week and seeking to qualify via the European Points table and where he is currently four places shy of selection, is to wrap-up his Versailles place at the Northern Trust.

However, the immediate two players under him on the ‘World’ list are the England duo of Ian Poulter (10th on the list) and Paul Casey (11th) with each also teeing-up in New Jersey.

“All I can do is my best this week and outside of that it is beyond my control,” Cabrera-Bello added.

“What I know I am not going to do and that is for it to block my focus this week.

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