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"I had nothing to do with Nicolas and Martin playing alongside me for the first two rounds," said Olazabal, who won the Dutch Open in 1989. "So I am really happy with that, but then I will not be watching them all the time, as I will be focusing on my game.
"I won this event a long time ago, and very early in my career, and it would be nice to add my name to the trophy again."
Also competing this week were three of Olazabal's four vice-captains: Paul McGinley, Darren Clarke and Miguel Angel Jimenez.
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