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INTERVIEW-Golf-Europe missed Casey and Knox at Ryder Cup, says Jacklin

CHASKA, Minnesota, Oct 4 (Reuters) - Europe missed Paul Casey and Russell Knox at the Ryder Cup and the qualifying system needs to be changed to ensure the team features the best 12 players available, according to former captain Tony Jacklin.
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