As captain of the International team in the Presidents Cup matches two weeks from now at Quail Hollow Club, Trevor Immelman understands the Everest-sized challenge facing his squad.
They’re putting a bear hug on the modest expectations against a loaded American team.
“I don’t really think I have to play the underdog role up. I think everybody knows it. Everybody sees it clear as day. Our team has had a lot of adversity thrown at us over the last year or so,” Immelman said while completing his 12-player roster Tuesday morning.
“But adversity makes you stronger. The trip that we took (to Charlotte last week) really showed in just a couple days how tight these guys can get and how much they want to be on the team and how badly they want to compete.
“You know, the underdog role is there. Everybody sees it. We’ll carry that with pride. We’ll be representing underdogs all over the world in every facet of life, whether it be business or sport or kids at school. We’ll be out there representing all the underdogs trying to make them…