Captains Paul Azinger and Nick Faldo have made their final picks, so the field is set for the Ryder Cup. But will the coveted hardware stay in the United States after the tournament in Kentucky or return to Europe, where it has been resting up for nearly a decade? Faldo faced a barage of criticism for adding Ian Poulter and Paul Casey to his squad, but did Azinger fare any better in using his newly expanded powers to select a quartet of Americans that included three Ryder Cup rookies? And while Tiger Woods' Ryder record is a mixed bag, which player would you most want staring down a key Sunday singles match in a tournament that won't include the world's best player? It's time to make your forecast, SportsNation!
Did Paul Azinger make the right picks?