Team Europe are searching to return to winning ways at the Solheim Cup, but that participant will make the points for Catriona Matthew’s side this week?
Europe have won both variants of the biennial contest when it had been held in Scotland but are searching to avoid a third successive loss at the contest, having been beaten 14.5-13.5 at 2015 and conquered 16.5-11.5 two years’ ago.
Matthew played a key role for a participant in the 2017 defeat of Europe after making the last-minute switch registering three points out of her four games, with the Scot trying to guide the hosts because their record-breaking success in 2013.
Half of Matthew’s side played in that 18-10 success six years’ past, where Caroline Hedwall became the first player to win five games and Charley Hull broke the record as the youngest player to feature in a Solheim Cup side.
Carlota Ciganda hull and Caroline Masson have been ever-present since that triumph and create their fourth appearances this week, even while still Hedwall along with Azahara Munoz return having failed to qualify for its 2017 competition.
Suzann Pettersen functions for a time despite having played in two tournaments in the past 20 months, having had to pull out through injury two years’ past, while Anna Nordqvist – Europe’s leading scorer in 2017 – leaves her sixth start.
Four-time Ladies European Tour winner Anne van Dam is just one of three debutants in the European group, linking Bronte Law – that enrolled her LPGA Tour win this season – and also France’s Celine Boutier in creating their debuts.
Language duo Georgia Hall along with Jodi Ewart Shadoff finish the, but that of the dozen is going to end up high in the points record for the hosts?