Capgemini and Ryder Cup: The right approach

Just as the right approach is customized for each business solution, it is unique to each player. It’s the way Steve Striker relies on intuition or how Edoardo Molinari uses data at the Ryder Cup. Tania Tare discovers her hidden talent as a trick shot artist on TikTok and why Roger Salley teaches golf in schools in Uganda.

The right approach is what we at Capgemini strive for every day. Whether it’s delivering business transformation to a global company or developing innovative technology for the Ryder Cup, it’s all about the right approach.

Innovation from intuition and feeling

Steve Striker

We’ve seen it time and time again – Steve Striker’s constant drive for perfection. His instinctive approach has delivered one of the sport’s greatest careers — from back-to-back wins in 2009 to a home-state Ryder Cup victory in 2021 at Whistling Straight, Wisconsin.

Thania Tare

A trick shot artist who has made a name for herself on social media, Tania relies on intuition and creativity. He offers a fresh approach to the game of golf that is fun to watch and impossible to emulate. According to her, the right approach combines precision and touch, creatively expanding the expected limits.

Success from analysis and development

Roger Salley

From taking up the game late in life to becoming Uganda’s first PGA coach, Sally has been improving her game every day. As a coach for many first-timers throughout her community, Sally takes an educational and fun approach to the sport. Roger’s goal is to use sports to provide life lessons and possibilities to those around him. His right attitude creates opportunity through persistence and practice.

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