An away team like no other, Europe wins Solheim Cup with a family vibe

Madelene Sagstrom, to nobody specifically, gave the mobilizing cry and joined her group on the training region, where Mel Reid showered champagne – the first of no less than five jugs popped (however, not all by Mel).
Fifteen yards away, the U.S. side clustered surrounded by players and caddies, commander Pat Hurst inspiring a couple of important giggles.
Sweet Caroline! Ba, ba, ba! Fun occasions never appeared so great! So great! So great! So great!
It wasn’t the first run through the away group had broken into tune. Soon after 4:30 p.m. ET on Monday – a wonderful 80-degree Labor Day at Inverness Club, ideal for commending working by not working – the primary “Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole! Ole! Ole!.
It was driven not by fans but rather by Anna Nordqvist, Celine Boutier and a couple of their visitors this week. It came as Matilda Castren moved in a 25-footer for birdie at the standard 4 fifteenth opening to go 1 up in her match against Lizette Salas.
Match scoring for the Solheim Cup
There’s consistently a match. The one to which the players who are done rush. The one that will figure out who wins, for this situation, the Solheim Cup.
This was that match.
The Europeans drove, 12 ½ – 8 ½, at the hour of Castren’s birdie. In any case, taking a gander at the monster computerized board between the fifteenth and seventeenth openings, the U.S. was serenely up in two matches, the Euros in one, and four others were particularly in question.
This was the match.

Under two months prior, Castren wasn’t even qualified for the European group. She needed to win a Ladies European Tour occasion – which she did in mid-July – to make herself a possibility for Captain Matthew, who compensated Castren with one of her six picks.
Presently, the 26-year-old previous Florida State Seminole, via Finland, was among the last seven matches on the course, and the math was supportive of her point being the one that essentially held the cup for Europe.
I’m attempting to do the insane math, said a fatigued collaborator chief Suzann Pettersen, who was skipping around the different matches on Monday.
Just five of those players in the successful ’19 group were back for Matthew. In any case, for the individuals who didn’t contend at Gleneagles, there was a consistent token of what happened.
There’s a major photograph of it in our storage space and strolling past it consistently, I simply take a gander at it and I’m similar to, Wow, that is so cool and I trust that I can be there one day making that triumphant putt, Castren said on Wednesday of Pettersen’s popular putt.
Furthermore, lo and observe, here we were.
Furthermore, lo and see, here they were. With simply a minor position shift, the little European possibility moved from the rear of 15 green to the rear of 17 green.
Castren was as yet 1 up. A tie on 17 would essentially get a half-point for Europe and, given the condition of the other matches, get them to 13 ½, one half-point short of holding the cup.
That would get them to the mysterious number of 14, everything necessary when you are the reigning champs.
Salas wasn’t going to make it simple. Meeting all requirements for the U.S. group was her No. 1 objective this year. She was 2-0-1 this week and, with the assistance of Jennifer Kupcho, had managed Castren and Nordqvist an ‘L’ in the Sunday morning foursomes.