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Solheim Cup: Day 3


Europe won three of the four fourball matches Saturday afternoon to tie the Solheim Cup, 8-8.
Charley Hull’s approach iron shot on the Solheim Cup’s par five No. 8 nearly hit Team Europe captain Suzann Pettersen, who took a tumble to get out of the way.
Here’s a look at the matchups and pairings for Saturday fourballs with the U.S. leading, 7-5.
Linn Grant wins the final match of the morning session on Day 2 with a birdie putt at the 18th.


The two sides tied Saturday morning foursomes, 2-2, leaving the U.S. with a two-point lead.
Maja Stark rolls in a long birdie putt at the 17th to give the Europeans a 1 up lead on Day 2.
Danielle Kang rolls in a long birdie putt at the ninth to pull the Americans all square as they made the turn on Day 2.
Lexi Thompson pitches up a slope from deep rough, rolling the ball back onto the green and setting up Megan Khang for a much needed par to halve the hole on Day 2.
Nelly Korda flips the script at the opening hole on Day 2, rolling in a long birdie that would put the Americans 1 up after a short miss from Celine Boutier.
Europe was down 4-0 after the first session, but made it a mission to make this competitive.
The U.S. and Europe are using a lot of the same foursomes teams they used on Day 1.
Cara Banks and Paige MacKenzie talk about the impact made by Solheim Cup rookies with the United States team getting four points from the debutants (3-1-2) to European’s two points (1-2-2).
Emily Kristine Pedersen reflects on the “surreal” experience of making a hole-in-one on Day 1 and Maja Stark discusses how it felt to play in the Solheim Cup as a rookie.
Georgia Hall and Leona Maguire went back and forth with Lexi Thompson and Lilia Vu right down to the 18th hole, but it was the European duo that pulled out a much-needed fourball victory at the Solheim Cup.