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Is Europe primed for a Solheim Cup three-peat?

The United States have lost the last two Solheim Cups and last won on foreign soil in 2015, and the question is whether the Americans have the firepower to turn those results around

Team Europe — Solheim Cup, 2021, Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio
Europe celebrates winning the 2021 Solheim Cup at Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio.

Question of the week [September 11-17]: What are your expectations for next week's Solheim Cup to be played in Spain? 

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I have no idea what to expect at the Solheim Cup. It always defies expectations. The one thing it does do is highlight the lack of American domination in the women's game. It is refreshing to see the next generation of American talent winning some major championships this year, but we have yet to see if they can compete with the experience on the European side. One thing I do know: it normally is very close and exciting. I'll be watching. I find the women much more fan friendly than the men. Relatable too.

William A. Galinas
Broomall, Pennsylvania  

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