SOLHEIM CUP SOCIAL

2011 HISTORY




Europe regained control of The Solheim Cup for the first time since 2003 with 15-13 victory over USA at Killeen Castle in Ireland. While the focus early in the day surrounded Cristie Kerr conceding her match to Karen Stupples due to a wrist injury, it quickly shifted the weather and then to the most electrifying final 30 minutes in the history of The Solheim Cup. Norway’s Suzann Pettersen stole the spotlight with three-consecutive birdies to close out Michelle Wie with a 1 up victory that swung the momentum to Team Europe. Solheim Cup rookie Caroline Hedwall, a member of both the LPGA and LET, then battled back from two down on the 16th hole against fellow rookie Ryann O’Toole to squeeze out a half point, setting up Azahara Munoz, who was walking to the 18th tee with a 1 up lead over Angela Stanford, to clinch the 15th and final point for Team Europe. 

PRESS ROOM

PAIRINGS
Current Pairings >>
Sunday Singles >>
Saturday Afternoon Fourball >>
Saturday Morning Foursomes >>
Friday Afternoon Fourball >>
Friday Morning Foursomes >>

RESULTS
Overall Results >>
Day Three Singles >>
Day Two Fourball >>
Day Two Foursomes >>
Day One Fourball >>
Day One Foursomes >>

INTERVIEWS
Final Interviews >>
Day Two Interviews >>
Day One Interviews >>
Pre-tournament Interviews Day Three >>
Pre-tournament Interviews Day Two >>
Pre-tournament Interviews Day One >>

Preview story >>

TOURNAMENT INFO

KILLEEN CASTLE
Par: 72 | Yardage: 6,531

Meet Team USA >>

Meet Team Europe >>

SOLHEIM CUP 101:
Team Point Calculations and Fact Sheet
List of previous venues >>

Solheim Cup Captain's Corner with Rosie Jones

TV coverage of The 2011 Solheim Cup on Golf Channel

RECORD BOOKS:
Results 1990-2009 >>
18 Hole Matches >>
Year-by-year Match Breakdown >>
All Time Records >>
All Time Win/Loss Record >>
Participants, 1990-2009 >>
Teams, 1990-2009 >> | Captains >>
Player Performance History U.S. >> | European History >>
Individual Win/Loss Records U.S. >> | European Records >>
Previous venues >>

 

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