Cara Banks and Paige Mackenzie talk about putting on Day 2 of the Solheim Cup where Team USA struggled on the greens while Team Europe thrived.
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Solheim Cup: Day 3
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Amy Rogers provides an injury update on Charley Hull who revealed she’s been fighting through a neck injury and is currently “70 or 80 percent” but plans to play through the pain on Sunday, as well.
Check out the best shots and moments from the second day of Solheim Cup action, where the U.S. and Europe split foursomes but the Europeans won three of four four-ball matches to square things up heading into Sunday.
Watch Team USA’s Nelly Korda and Ally Ewing square off against Team Europe’s Leona Maguire and Charley Hull during Day 2 of the 2023 Solheim Cup.
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.
Linn Grant wins the final match of the morning session on Day 2 with a birdie putt at the 18th.
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.
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.
Rose Zhang and Megan Khang discuss the keys to securing a half point for the U.S. after a back-and-forth match in Day 1 of the Solheim Cup.
Cara Banks and Paige MacKenzie discuss the biggest takeaways from the opening day of the 2023 Solheim Cup after the underdog United States team raced out to a 5-3 win over Europe.
Check out the best shots and moments from the opening day of action at the Solheim Cup, where Team USA took the lead after foursomes and fourballs.
Gemma Dryburgh chips in on No. 16 at the Solheim Cup to give Team Europe a boost in a tight match.
Emily Kristine Pedersen lands her tee shot at the perfect spot on the 12th green for it to roll into the cup for the second hole-in-one in Solheim Cup history.
Nicolai Hojgaard looks to translate his strong play as of late into a memorable first appearance for Team Europe at the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Watch Team USA’s Lexi Thompson and Megan Khang square off against Team Europe’s Maja Stark and Linn Grant during day one of the 2023 Solheim Cup.
Danielle Kang buries a birdie from distance off the green on the Par 4 No. 13, but Celine Boutier answers in kind for Europe to halve the hole.
Anna Nordqvist interrupts a run of three-straight hole wins for the USA tandem of Nelly Korda and Allisen Corpuz, drilling a birdie putt from distance on the Par 3 No. 6 to stop the bleeding.
Danielle Kang finds the bottom of the cup from the edge of the fringe for a birdie on No. 1 at the Solheim Cup to give herself and Andrea Lee an early lead on Celine Boutier and Georgia Hall.
Following a 3-down start to the match through the first three holes, Linn Grant sinks a lengthy birdie putt on the Par 4 No. 13 to bring herself and Maja Stark back level with Lexi Thompson and Megan Khang.
Maja Stark drains a birdie putt to win hole No. 11 with Linn Grant and trim Lexi Thompson and Megan Khang’s lead to 1 UP.
Europe’s Maja Stark puts pressure on Megan Khang with her tee shot, but Khang shows that she’s up for the challenge, putting her ball inside of Stark’s to the tee and leading to Lexi Thompson’s birdie to halve the hole.
Megan Khang drapes her approach shot on No. 2 close to the pin and Lexi Thompson sinks the subsequent birdie put to win hole No. 2 and go 2 UP to start the Solheim Cup.
Lexi Thompson’s opening tee shot at the Solheim Cup finds the bunker on the first hole, while Linn Grant starts things off for the European squad.
Lexi Thompson gets the 2023 Solheim Cup started at Finca Cortesin in Spain with her tee shot on the No. 1 hole.
Ludvig Aberg, one golf’s brightest young stars, will look to make the most of his Ryder Cup debut for Team Europe.
Shane Lowry looks to make the most of his second Ryder Cup appearance for Team Europe.
Sepp Straka takes his good form from the summer into his first Ryder Cup appearance for Team Europe.