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The focus of the golf world zoomed in on a shy South Korean, Inbee Park, as she made a thrilling run at a Grand Slam -- and that was just part of the LPGA's year.
The LPGA announced Monday that the 2017 Solheim Cup will be held at the Des Moines Golf and Country Club in Iowa.
Suzann Pettersen is in a happy spot in her life and on the golf course. A two-shot victory over amateur Lydia Ko in the Evian Championship -- her second major title -- is yet another reason to smile.
Solheim Cup star Caroline Hedwall shot a 6-under 64 on Saturday in the Canadian Women's Open to take a one-stroke lead over European teammate Suzann Pettersen and defending champion Lydia Ko.
First, it was Louisville over Baylor. Now, Europe over the United States. In both upsets, it wasn't about what the favorites did wrong, but what the underdogs did right.
Poor officiating and too much emphasis on hair ribbons and custom rain suits rather than the competition has U.S. vice captain Dottie Pepper down on the Solheim Cup.
If you like the stirring play and patriotic fervor the Solheim Cup inspires, hold on. Next year, the LPGA introduces the International Crown, an event that will include Asian nations.
Europe had a knack for making the big putts at the big moments and simply walloped a more experienced U.S. team.
For the first time in Solheim Cup history, Europe won on U.S. soil, and it did so emphatically with an 18-10 victory, the largest margin ever.
Even with six rookies on her team, captain Liselotte Neumann told the Europeans this was their time to make history in the Solheim Cup.
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Without its top three in the lineup, Europe pulled off an astonishing sweep in four-ball for a commanding five-point lead heading into Sunday's singles.
Paula Creamer and Stacy Lewis put a point up in the morning, making up for some disappointing losses Friday, and the U.S. cut Europe's lead to 6.5-5.5.
Europe swept fourballs and took a commanding 10.5-5.5 lead at the Solheim Cup.
U.S. players are upset by the ruling on the 15th hole, claiming it killed the momentum of their match and those behind them.
There's something about the Solheim Cup that brings out the best in Suzann Pettersen. She won two difficult points Friday, helping stake Europe to a 5-3 lead over the U.S.