The preparations for the week’s Solheim Cup of team USA are disrupted.
Yin and Europe celebrity Jodi Ewart Shadoff both arrived at Scotland on Sunday Yin’s had to turn up at Gleneagles afternoon while Ewart Shadoff was cooperating with her clubs and, even while their nightclubs stayed in Dublin.
Because her personal luggage failed to reach its intended destination on time the young American, who impressed on her debut back, was likewise made to borrow clothing in Lizette Salas.
Yin was unable to get involved in Tuesday morning’s practice around and was limited to hitting a few shots on the scope with clubs borrowed from the tour trucks on site.
The unfortunate scenario for Yin would be a setback to the team’s preparations, with captain Juli Inkster forced to her line-up a back injury aggravated and was ruled out of the competition when.
Lewis was substituted by debutant Ally McDonald, who becomes the newcomer on the team, while Salas, Lexi Thompson and Morgan Pressel and with a Solheim Cup at Europe have played.
As Ewart Shadoff celebrated the entrance of her golfing clubs in time to get her practice round on Tuesday there was even better news for Inkster’s European counterpart Catriona Matthew, however.
Ewart Shadoff played alongside Dutch rookie Anne van Dam and Carlota Ciganda as Matthew delivered out her team in groups of three, possibly a ploy to avoid giving a lot of clues regarding her intended pairings if the 16th version of the tournament gets underway on Friday morning.
Charley Hull went out with Solheim Cup debutant Bronte Law and English celebrity and experienced German Caroline Masson, with Suzann Pettersen along with Celine Boutier along with Caroline Hedwall – the final and next rookie on the house team.
Last year, Women’s British Open winner Georgia Hall played using Anna Nordqvist and Azahara Munoz.