Discussion: Europe win or U.S. lose Solheim?
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Sep 26, 2011 9:05 AM ET
Europe captured the Solheim Cup for the first time in eight years Sunday, defeating the Americans, 15-13, at Killeen Castle in Dunsany, Ireland. The U.S. appeared to be in control of the matches late, but Ryann O'Toole lost a 2-up lead with two to play to Caroline Hedwall and Michelle Wie fell to Suzann Pettersen on the final hole. How will you remember the 12th edition of the biennial matches?
Discussion: Did Europe win the 2011 Solheim Cup or did America lose it?
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