Jose Maria Olazabal on Ryder Cup captaincy

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2012 Ryder Cup-winning captain Jose Maria Olazabal has spoken exclusively to Nespresso, the official coffee supplier to the 2014 Ryder Cup, on what it takes to be European Team captain, and also offered a prediction for this year’s match at Gleneagles.

In the second of a series of four short videos to be released ahead of this month’s event, Nespresso caught up with the two-time Masters champ as he cast mind back to Medinah two years ago.

The Spaniard also spoke about the difficulties and the pressures that came with the captaincy. As Paul McGinley’s vice captain this time around, he also offered up wisdom for Irishman to take into this year’s Ryder Cup.

Nespresso proud of Jose Maria Olazabal relationship

At Gleneagles, a Nespresso Coffee Bar boutique will be set up, giving golf fans the chance to sample some of Nespresso’s finest coffee.

Whilst enjoying their coffee, visitors can check out the Nespresso social wall, a giant screen that will be displaying all the best tweets from the biggest Ryder Cup influencers around the globe.
"We look forward to welcoming golf fans, and Jose Maria to Gleneagles." - Stephane Detaille

Stephane Detaille, international sponsoring and events manager from Nestle Nespresso SA, is delighted to have seven-time Ryder Cup player Olazabal onboard.

“We have a proud and long standing relationship with Jose Maria Olazabal and we are extremely excited that he was able to give us his thoughts on the Ryder Cup exclusively,” said Detaille.

“We’re very proud to be the official coffee supplier to this year’s tournament and we look forward to welcoming golf fans, and Jose Maria to Gleneagles.”

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