Solheim Cup 2015: USA beat Europe 14½-13½ in Germany

USA produced a stunning display in the singles to beat Europe 14½-13½ and win the Solheim Cup in Germany.

Juli Inkster’s team trailed 10-6 after the morning fourballs, but won eight-and-a-half points from 12 singles to regain the title they last won in 2009.

However, the contest was marred by controversy over the issue over the non-concession of a short American putt in the fourballs.

“After this morning they were all fired up,” Inkster said of the incident.

“The girls were awesome. Everybody did their job. I couldn’t be more proud of them.”

Annika Sorenstam, assistant to Europe captain Carin Koch, said: “The US came out very strong and played very solid. There were some crucial matches at the end.”

Original article here.

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