Suzanne Pettersen decided to place the Spanish player in the penultimate exit of the individual pairings, sensing that the end was going to be tight and that Carlotta Ciganda It could be fundamental, as it was in the European reconquest of the Solheim Cup. The Old Continent, with a result of 14-14, achieved its third consecutive edition, signing a historic streak.
Since the American beating in the first session of foursome On Friday morning, where the Americans made the score 4-0, Europe worked their way up to a tie with 8 points before the final singles matches. The locals needed six points to retain the trophy, while the visitors had to accumulate 6 and a half points if they wanted to recover the trophy.
The swedish Lynn Grantrevelation of the tournament, took the responsibility of opening the session, although he would end up falling on the 18th hole before a very inspired Megan Kang.Leona Maguire He gave a lesson in grit and pride to destroy the future star 4-3 Rose Zhang. The scoreboard reflected a tie at nine points. Danielle Kang, on the American side, and Anna Nordqvistfor the European team, won their respective points to put the score at 10 to 10.
At that moment Europe was savoring the victory, it dominated many of the games and the numbers were going, but two of the matches that seemed controlled, twisted and two potential points vanished. Andrea Lee tied the game with Georgia Hall y Cheyenne Knight She also took half a point from the Scotswoman Gemma Dryburgh. The scoreboard continued to reflect balance, in this case at 11 points.
Angel Yin added point number 12 for the United States against a blurred Celine Boutier, the Frenchwoman is number one on the LPGA but has not won a single point in the entire competition. Point 13 was easy for Lilia Vu, that devastated the Swedish sagström for 4 and 3, while Ally Ewing dominated three holes above Caroline Hedwal, who achieved the key comeback of this Solheim. The Swede finished with five birdies in the last 6 holes to lift an impossible match and give a key point for Europe, which tied the score at 12 points.