Tag: Solheim Cup

Solheim 2019 – Who is Anne Van Dam?

Anne Van Dam

Anne Van Dam Second Dutch Golfer at Solheim The first photos are out of the European Solheim Team for 2019. I love the plaid front jackets. Where can I get one? I guess that by the time Solheim is over, they will become iconic as a women’s event – too bad. Take a look at …

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Who is Brittany Altomare?

Brittany Altomare

Altomare takes Eighth Qualifying Spot for Solheim A week or so ago, I announced that it was time for the Solheim Cup, or rather, “It’s Solheim Time!” I knew in that moment that I was a couple of weeks early, and even now, it’s a few days away, but maybe I thought I could make …

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It’s Solheim Time

Solheim

How To Pick a Solheim Team Perhaps I say this every year, but it is true every year. The Solheim tournament is one of my favorite golf events, and I get a rush of anticipation whenever the week arrives.  We have just experienced two weeks of golfing mayhem, cliff-hanging, fingernail-biting drama in the BMW and …

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A Memorable Solheim Cup For Reasons Good and Bad

Solheim Cup 2015 New Memories for All The just-concluded Solheim Cup will be remembered for a lot of good reasons. The golf in both sides was superb and the comeback by the United States, which gave it a 14 ½-13 ½ win was one of the greatest in the history of international team competition, men’s …

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The Solheim Cup 2013

Solheim Cup

How to Follow a Major – the Solheim Cup We’ve had the men and women’s British Open this month, and ended up with the PGA Championship. Every major acted like a major, and we were shown great stories at each venue. With so many central events owned by all the tours, a new problem has …

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Women’s British Open 2013

Inbee Park

Who’s Who and What’s What for the Women’s British Open There’s plenty of intrigue building up for the women’s version of the British Open this week, and almost everyone in the upper echelons has something good to play for, in addition to winning the tournament. If you believe that the women’s turn in Britain lacks …

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