Europe won five, drew two and lost five of the 12 single match-play matches on the final day of the 18th Solheim Cup, a women’s golf team competition against the United States that concluded today (Thursday) at Finca Cortesin (par 71-6318 yards) in Casares, Málaga, Spain. The Europeans were unable to break the 14-14 (12 wins, 4 draws, 12 losses) tie with the Americans in the three-day event. However, in the event of a tie, the defending champions took home the Solheim Cup. The U.S. leads the all-time series 10-8.토토사이트
Europe was led by Carlota Zimda (Spain), Riona Maguire (Ireland), Anna Nordqvist (Sweden), Caroline Hedwall and Maya Stark (all Sweden). Notably, on home soil, Timea became the ‘one and only’ European champion, winning all four of her matches at the event. The United States, on the other hand, failed to retain the Solheim Cup as World No. 2 Lilia Vu (1-3) and No. 3 Nelly Coda (2-2) failed to live up to expectations.