Posts tagged with: "Solheim Cup"

QUICK TAKE: Monty Would Relish A Solheim Cup Role View More
Colin Montgomerie (Craig Brough, Reuters)

QUICK TAKE: Monty Would Relish A Solheim Cup Role

Colin Montgomerie, who missed out on captaining the European Ryder Cup side when the 2014 matches were held at Gleneagles in his native Scotland, says that he would love to be able to help out at next year’s Solheim Cup at the same venue. He does not presume to think…

NEWS: Catriona Matthew Named 2019 European Solheim Cup Captain View More
Catriona Matthew at the 2017 Solheim Cup at Des Moines Golf and Country Club. (Photo Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)

NEWS: Catriona Matthew Named 2019 European Solheim Cup Captain

Catriona Matthew, a four-time LPGA Tour winner and nine-time Solheim Cup participant, has been named the European Solheim Cup captain for the 2019 matches in her home country of Scotland, the Ladies European Tour announced Thursday. Matthew, 48, was an unsurprising pick given her experience and Scottish roots. The PGA…

WATCH: How the United States Won The Solheim Cup View More
Team USA's Paula Creamer won her Sunday singles match against Team Europe's Georgia Hall at the 2017 Solheim Cup. (Photo credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports)

WATCH: How the United States Won The Solheim Cup

The U.S. team won the Solheim Cup Sunday after a dominating performance at Des Moines Golf and Country Club in West Des Moines, Iowa. With the United States leading 10½-5½ after two days of foursomes and four-ball matches, American Lexi Thompson led off in the Sunday singles matches against Europe’s…

OPINION: You Missed Out If You Didn’t Watch Saturday At The Solheim Cup View More
Celebration time: Paula Creamer and Austin Ernst of Team USA celebrate on Day 2 of The Solheim Cup at Des Moines Golf and Country Club. (Photo credit: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

OPINION: You Missed Out If You Didn’t Watch Saturday At The Solheim Cup

WEST DES MOINES, IOWA | If you missed Saturday at the Solheim Cup, you missed the best golf show of the year and Exhibit 1A of why women’s golf is worth every minute you give it. For starters, the folks who run the thing said the crowd numbered 25,000. But…