Although the Solheim Cup overall record might seem to favour the US, in the recent history of this biennial competition Team Europe have become the team to beat.
After winning three of the last five Solheim Cups, including an unforgettable and thrilling contest at Gleneagles in 2019, led by an LET legend, Team Europe always has an impressive proven combination of youth and experience.
Past captains include Mickey Walker, Pia Nilsson, Dale Reid, Catrin Nilsmark, Helen Alfredsson, Alison Nicholas, Lotta Neumann, Carin Koch, Annika Sorenstam and Catriona Matthew.
As an added satisfaction, the weight of the Spanish players in Team Europe must be highlighted. Carlota Ciganda, Azahara Muñoz and Beatriz Recari left their quality mark many times and, along with the new generation of Spanish golfers, they promise to bring a lot of joy to the European fans in the near future.
With legends such as Kathy Withworth, JoAnne Carner, Judy Ranking, Patty Sheehan, Nancy López, Betsy King, Beth Daniel or Juli Inkster at the helm, Team USA used to dominate the biggest event for professional women golfers.
In the sixteen Solheim Cups played to date, Team USA won ten times and only lost once at home, turning their courses into veritable strongholds.
With Lexi Thompson, the Korda sisters, Danielle Kang or Marina Alex as stars, the renewed Team USA has a rock-solid foundation and will be a formidable opponent for future Solheim Cups.