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The R&A confirmed on Friday that they had compiled a list of Great Britain & Ireland's best amateurs ahead of next year's Walker Cup clash with the USA at Royal County Down in Northern Ireland.
Captain Colin Dalgleish has an abundance of talent at his disposal, headed by Scotland's US Amateur winner Richie Ramsay. The squad is a good mixture of up-and-coming players and experience, with the likes of Lloyd Saltman and Gary Wolstenholme joining the exciting rookie Rory McIlroy.
Dalgleish revealed his plans for the coming months but was also quick to point out that the door wasn't closed for those players who have missed out on the list.
"We are very conscious that young players improve so quickly that is very possible, indeed likely, that one or two players in the team could come from outside the squad," he said.
"However, we want to familiarize our best players with the course and consequently we are planning a trip to Royal County Down in April."
In 2005, the USA defeated GB&I 12.5 to 11.5 in a close battle at the Chicago Golf Club - ending a run of three consecutive defeats. GB&I will be hopeful of regaining the trophy on home soil in the 'Ryder Cup style' matchplay event next September.
PROVISIONAL WALKER CUP SQUAD
September 8/9, 2007 at Royal County Down
Gary Boyd, Cherwell Edge
Jonathan Caldwell, Clandeboye
Glenn Campbell, Blairgowrie
Rhys Davies, Royal Porthcawl
Nigel Edwards, Whitchurch
Zac Gould, Vale of Glamorgan
Scott Henry, Cardross
David Horsey, Styal
Stephen Lewton, Woburn
Llewellyn Matthews, Southerndown
Kevin McAlpine, Alyth
Rory McIlroy, Holywood
Kier McNicoll, Carnoustie
Jamie Moul, Stoke by Nayland
Paul O?Hara, Colville Park
Ben Parker, Royal Birkdale
Richie Ramsay, Royal Aberdeen
Lloyd Saltman, Craigielaw
Gareth Shaw, Lurgan
Simon Ward, Co Louth
Paul Waring, Bromborough
Gary Wolstenholme, Killworth Springs
Ten players will be selected for the team
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