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Ryder Cup captains issue ban on Twitter, social networking

ryder.jpgNext, Corey Pavin (left) and Colin Montgomerie will ban smiles. (AP)


Ryder Cup captains Corey Pavin and Colin Montgomerie are having none of this Tweeter/Spacebook stuff the kids are all into. They've banned the use of Twitter and other social networks by golfers during the three-day competition that begins Friday in Cardiff, Wales.

"We have decided as a whole to not tweet this week," said Pavin, whose U.S. team will play Montgomerie's European team this weekend. "It can be a little bit distracting sometimes. I think it's important to focus on the Ryder Cup and playing the matches and just enjoying camaraderie with the team itself.

"But first thing a week from today, I'm sure tweeting will be all over the place."

Yeah, it does tend to back up.

By Cindy Boren  | September 27, 2010; 2:28 PM ET
 
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