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By Cliff Schrock GolfDigest.com will regularly highlight a book that it finds of interest to readers. This week’s is: The Captain Myth: How the Ryder Cup Is Won, By Richard Gillis, Bloomsbury, $26, hardback, 258 pagesOne of the constants in the unrelenting European dominance of the Ryder Cup is the American captain’s winning genius or losing incompetence, depending on whether the U.S. won or lost. The open-air analysis of the American leader’s effectiveness is usually done by the media