Europe's '15th club' will be too much
When the U.S. women's Solheim Cup team lost in Sweden last September, it made a frustrating footnote for American team golf: For the first time ever, American golfers were not in possession of either the Solheim Cup or the Ryder Cup. And coming on top of the loss of the Walker Cup in men's amateur competition a week earlier, it meant that there was a very serious silver shortage on this side of the Atlantic, with only the Curtis Cup still hoisted by American hands.
If this were kindergarten,
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