U.S. team relishes No. 1 seed
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Perhaps nothing can motivate competitive people quite like being made to look noncompetitive.
And that's what happened to the United States last August in Solheim Cup competition. It wasn't just that the Americans lost the Cup on home soil for the first time. It was that they were defeated so thoroughly that the event was over -- for all practical purposes -- a full day before it actually ended.
Playing the role of "futilely trying to catch up" ...
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