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Solheim Cup: The European Transformation is Complete

Sunday, with the Americans in dire straights down 10½ – 5½, I wrote that the Europeans were either going to coast to victory or the Americans were going to turn their dreams to toast. Well, I was wrong. The Europeans … Continue reading

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Solheim Cup: A Final Day Coaster or a Toaster

Things were looking fairly competitive in the 2013 Solheim Cup after Saturday morning’s Foursomes. The Americans caught up to be just one point behind the Europeans, 6½ – 5½ and momentum was going their way. But as John Lennon once … Continue reading

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Solheim Cup: Europe Leads 5-3 After One…Rules Imbroglio

In a day of significant surprises, Team Europe edged out to a 5-3 lead over the Americans after Friday’s matches. Two big surprises from the morning Foursomes were Stacy Lewis not playing well, but her partner Lizette Salas playing very … Continue reading

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The Solheim Cup: Another of Golf’s Pageants

Here’s a refreshing event. How often do we have these big announcements about some golf event only to find out that it’s way out in the forgettable future. Well, not this time. Because of the way the Solheim Cup is … Continue reading

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Soaking Solheim II

Continuing Monday’s first post on the Solheim Cup, the seventh match in this year’s Cup pitted two relatively inexperienced Solheim players, Sandra Gal and Brittany Lang. Gal finally broke through on the LPGA Tour with her first win in the … Continue reading

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Sophie Gustafson’s Bravery

During one of the rain delays at last week’s Solheim Cup, an amazing thing happened. The Golf Channel had a short video segment of a sort of coming out moment they arranged for Sophie Gustafson. It required so much courage … Continue reading

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Soaking Solheim

With gloomy skies, high winds and impending rain, Paula Creamer stood on the first tee at Killean Castle, Ireland. Undefeated in singles play in the Solheim Cup, Captain Rosie Jones had selected her to lead the team to victory. Great … Continue reading

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The Solheim Cup

I finally figured out what it is about the Solheim Cup, the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup. I spent hours yesterday plodding through my DVR recording of the first day of the bi-annual Solheim Cup coming this year from … Continue reading

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Ryann O’Toole

The players were announced Sunday evening for this year’s Solheim Cup, the LPGA Tour’s version of the Ryder Cup. This year it will be played in Ireland at Killeen Castle Golf Club, just twenty miles northwest of Dublin. The U.S. … Continue reading

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