Danielle Kang won’t be hushing anyone up at the Solheim Cup, because she wants a hostile atmosphere and even the boos if they come.
Solheim Cup 2019@ Georgia Hall and Charley Hull can’t wait to play for captain Catriona at Gleneagles
Georgia Hall was quite taken aback when told Catriona Matthew had said she would consider a Solheim Cup win as captain at Gleneagles on native soil as bigger than even her Women’s British Open win.
Captain Juli Inkster saw an already raw US Solheim Cup team get even more inexperienced overnight, but typically sees it as positive challenge rather than a disadvantage.
Catriona Matthew’s ever-calm exterior – vital itself in a high-pressure situation like a Solheim Cup – disguises as tough a competitor as there is in world golf, believes Dame Laura Davies.
Every year we pore over the results of golf’s biggest team competitions for clues to the perfect way to win. And it seems every year the trends change.
"It just doesn’t feel right" appears to be the most significant argument one hears about golf’s new, quick-hit, four-month “high-season”.
When the much-anticipated Solheim Cup tees off this month it promises to be an event to remember not just for the 24 female competitors, but for golf fans and all those new to the game.
Camperdown Golf Course, which is now officially earmarked for closure next year, is where many of us from Dundee learned to play the game.
England’s Jake Bolton birdied two of the last three holes while Scotland’s Matthew Clark bogeyed for them for a four-shot swing that won the Scottish Amateur Strokeplay Championship at the Duke’s Course, St Andrews.
Scots Euan Walker and Sandy Scott have been named in the Great Britain and Ireland team to play the USA in the 47th Walker Cup at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake next month.