Belgium defeated the U.S. 2-1 in full time and deflated the American hype and furor around our new favorite sport-of-the-moment. Although we won’t see the USMNT contend for the title, good times and camaraderie were had by all.
Most fans thought Team USA was out of the World Cup after falling behind Belgium 2-0, but the excitement was just starting. The Americans couldn’t pull off the comeback, but it was a thrilling ride for the fans.
With the U.S. and Portugal set to square off on Sunday at 6pm ET, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Group G has been called the group of death by many because and it’s starting to live up to it’s nickname.
Caroline Hedwall became the first player in Solheim Cup history to win all five of her matches, holing a 4-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole for a 1-up victory that assured the Europeans retaining the cup.
Europe has its largest lead ever on American soil going into the final day at the Solheim Cup.
The day after a rules debacle left her standing on the 15th green for more than 25 minutes, America’s highest-ranked player finally got on the board at the Solheim Cup,
Instead of seeing their lead disappear at the Solheim Cup, the Europeans saw it only cut in half.
Team USA and Team Europe have been getting some practice in before the prestigious Solheim Cup tees off at the Colorado Golf Club in Parker on Friday.
The Solheim Cup is played every two years and pits some of the top U.S. women players against Europe. The U.S. has never lost the event on home soil and that trend might just continue.
Before University of Colorado basketball star Spencer Dinwiddie starts working on getting the Buffs back to the big dance, he has one more basketball related matter to take care of.