Faldo, of course, knows a little bit about Ryder Cup criticism, seeing as he’s the only European captain to lose a cup this century (2008).
“For him to sit there and throw the captain under the bus, that was a tough one,” Faldo said Monday on BBC Radio Five. “At least my (European) lot waited a couple of years.
“That should have been a private conversation. There’s obviously a bit of agro (aggravation) in the American team room.”
After the Americans’ five-point loss, Mickelson said that the U.S. team never should strayed from Paul Azinger’s formula in 2008 and that players had no input during this year’s event.