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What Suzann Pettersen would have given for this position after the opening session of the 18th Solheim Cup. Knives were being sharpened in respect of Pettersen’s captaincy as Europe were trounced, 4-0 in the Friday foursomes.
What a difference a day and a half makes. Pettersen’s European team will head into the singles, seeking a third victory in a row for the first time, tied 8-8 with a wobbling United States. Europe have hauled themselves off the canvas in stirring fashion. A 3-1 win in the Saturday afternoon fourballs has given Europe a level of momentum Pettersen must cherish.
Written by Ewan Murray at Finca Cortesín
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