Morgan Pressel/Marina Alex (USA) def. Anna Nordqvist/Anne van Dam (EUR), 2 and 1

Georgia Corridor/Celine Boutier (EUR) def. Lizette Salas/Best friend McDonald (USA), Three and a couple of

Charley Hull/Azahara Munoz (EUR) def. Danielle Kang/Megan Khang (USA), Four and three

Jessica Korda/Nelly Korda (USA) def. Carlota Ciganda/Bronte Regulation (EUR), 6 and 5

SATURDAY FOUR-BALL PAIRINGS (all instances native; Gleneagles is 5 hours forward of Jap)

12:46 p.m. – Suzann Pettersen/Anne van Dam (EUR) vs. Brittany Altomare/Annie Park (USA)

1:01 p.m. – Jodi Ewart Shadoff/Caroline Masson (EUR) vs. Lexi Thompson/Marina Alex (USA)

1:16 p.m. – Georgia Corridor/Celine Boutier (EUR) vs. Best friend McDonald/Angel Yin (USA)

1:31 p.m. – Carlota Ciganda/Azahara Munoz (EUR) vs. Lizette Salas/Danielle Kang (USA)


Suzann Pettersen/Anne van Dam (EUR) def. Danielle Kang/Lizette Salas (USA), Four and a couple of

Best friend McDonald/Angel Yin (USA) def. Anna Nordqvist/Caroline Hedwall (EUR), 7 and 5

Charley Hull/Azahara Munoz (EUR) halved with Nelly Korda/Brittany Altomare (USA)

Carlota Ciganda/Bronte Regulation (EUR) halved with Jessica Korda/Lexi Thompson (USA)


Carlota Ciganda/Bronte Regulation (EUR) halved with Morgan Pressel/Marina Alex (USA)

Georgia Corridor/Celine Boutier (EUR) def. Lexi Thompson/Brittany Altomare (USA), 2 and 1

Jessica Korda/Nelly Korda (USA) def. Caroline Masson/Jodi Ewart Shadoff (EUR), 6 and four

Charley Hull/Azahara Munoz (EUR) def. Megan Khang/Annie Park (USA), 2 and 1


Europe is repeating one workforce from Friday’s four-balls (Pettersen/Van Dam), whilst USA is repeating two groups (McDonald/Yin, Salas/Kang)

That is the 3rd time that Carlota Ciganda and Azahara Munoz had been paired in Solheim Cup pageant, going 1-1-Zero in four-ball

That is the 3rd time that Lizette Salas and Danielle Kang had been paired in Solheim Cup pageant, going 1-0-Zero in foursomes and 0-1-Zero in four-ball


Morgan Pressel/Marina Alex (USA) def. Anna Nordqvist/Anne van Dam (EUR), 2 and 1

Via six holes, it seemed like Group Europe used to be going to run away with Saturday’s opening fit. Anna Nordqvist and Anne van Dam gained Nos. 2 and three with birdies and a 3rd birdie at No. 6 gave the Europeans an early 4-up lead over Morgan Pressel and Marina Alex.

The American citizens gained hollow 7 with a par to start out chipping away on the deficit. From there, Pressel and Alex carded 4 consecutive birdies at holes nine to 12 to fully flip across the fit and take a 1-up lead. That merit prolonged to a few up when Nordqvist and van Dam bogeyed holes 13 and 15. With Pressel and Alex dormie on 16, the Europeans prolonged the fit with a conceded birdie after USA made bogey. However with a couple of swapped pars on 17, Pressel and Alex finished the stirring 2 and 1 comeback victory.

“Gosh, such a lot of feelings. It used to be a hard-fought fight,” stated Pressel, who’s now 11-7-Three in all-time Solheim Cup pageant. “We clearly were given off to a nasty get started. We had been 4-down early, however we in reality did not really feel like we had been taking part in that poorly. Anne and Anna performed nice golfing, were given off to a perfect get started in in reality tricky stipulations. And the putt Marina that made on seven used to be in reality the turning level in our fit. From there they began to get somewhat shaky and the entire momentum went towards us and we simply stored taking part in our recreation.”

Georgia Corridor/Celine Boutier (EUR) def. Lizette Salas/Best friend McDonald (USA), Three and a couple of

Georgia Corridor and Celine Boutier endured their a hit partnership on Saturday, incomes a easy 3-and-2 victory over Lizette Salas and Best friend McDonald. The Eu duo, who additionally gained their foursomes fit on Friday, took the lead with a par at No. 3.

Salas and McDonald hung in robust, with all sides swapping pars for the following six holes. Corridor and Boutier birdied holes 11 and 12 to head Three up and whilst Group USA gained 13 to chop the merit to two up, every other birdie from Europe at No. 15 gave them the insurmountable lead.

“It used to be unbelievably tricky. The path itself, with out the wind, is beautiful difficult. So upload the wind, it used to be like 40 kilometers an hour,” stated Corridor. “It is a very difficult path. However I believe we did an excellent activity. And really stable all day and did not in reality give them any alternatives to win the rest.”

Charley Hull/Azahara Munoz (EUR) def. Danielle Kang/Megan Khang (USA), Four and three

In spite of winds howling round them as much as 40 mph, Charley Hull and Azahara Munoz made simple paintings in their fit with Danielle Kang and Megan Khang. The Eu duo gained the primary 3 holes and not trailed, carding a 4-and-Three victory over the American citizens.

“In that wind you simply have to stick centered as a result of this golfing path is somewhat difficult, particularly on this wind,” stated Hull, who stays undefeated in foursomes all-time on the Solheim Cup, going 4-0-1. “And numerous this is there may be now not going to be numerous birdies in the market. A large number of pars are going to win the holes.”

Hull and Munoz are undefeated as a pairing in 2019, going 1-0-1 on Friday to head with their Saturday victory.

Jessica Korda/Nelly Korda (USA) def. Carlota Ciganda/Bronte Regulation (EUR), 6 and 5

Friday noticed a 6-and-Four foursomes win for Jessica Korda and Nelly Korda. Saturday made it one higher. The Korda sisters by no means trailed en path to a 6-and-Five victory over Carlota Ciganda and Bronte Regulation, tying the biggest foursomes victory margin in Solheim Cup historical past.

The American citizens birdied the primary two holes to temporarily take a 2-up lead over their combatants, however a double bogey at No. Four passed a hollow again to Group Europe. From there, it used to be stable golfing for the Kordas whilst Ciganda and Regulation may just now not discover a constant rhythm. Again-to-back bogeys from the Europeans at 7 and eight gave Group USA a 3-up lead, whilst two extra consecutive bogeys at 11 and 12 prolonged that merit to five up. And with an emphatic first pump, Jessica Korda tired a protracted birdie putt at No. 13 to near out the blowout win.

“It used to be in reality cool, having the ability to hit it into the golf green at the first shot is in reality vital,” stated Jessica Korda in their grab efficiency at No. 1. “After which having her hit it shut at the inexperienced once they simply filled it, after which holing the putt sooner than they did, placing that drive on them, it used to be simply in reality excellent.”

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