Solheim Cup: Suzann Pettersen putt was golf’s ultimate mic drop

That was the ultimate in sporting drama.
Let us just start with the headline grabber, Suzann Pettersen, who produced the mic fall in golfing. To hole the winning putt in a Solheim Cup had been an event that, regardless of the wins on the LPGA Tour and elsewhere as well as the majors, has described her career.
Pettersen had achieved so much in the Solheim Cup. We’ve seen her return from five down to play to snatch a half-point against Michele Redman there was that also the victory together with Annika Sorenstam in her life.
The pep talk with Azahara Munoz and Caroline Hedwall in Ireland created drama to possibly match Gleneagles, until the controversy in Germany was the standout moment of this 2015 competition. She needed to pull out in Des Moines just days ahead of the beginning, but obtained her special second now around.
I called Pettersen’s pick by Catriona Matthew as”contentious” on the day it was announced, though I did add that if anybody could manage the pressure such a select brings, it would function as Norwegian. However, for a participant who returned July following 20 month maternity leave, who only made one cut that comeback, to perform things she did? Nah, no one might have predicted !
It might be well worth going back to listen to the interview for a comprehension of Suzann why she’s quitting golf In case you haven’t listened to this Sky Sports podcast build up to the Solheim. There is a little where she talks about the way maternity leave was the first time she had turned off and the way during her career, she would frequently wake up at the middle of the night with swing thoughts.
Pettersen said it had been a relief. She’s a stunning boy and if she’s decided she wants Herman to function as her attention power to her. She will be missed.
It would be wrong make it all about Pettersen and to reflect about the three times. But you can understand why she would be the attention. Not because the 1991 Ryder Cup at Kiawah Island, has Solheim Cup or a Ryder Cup come to this contest’s final putt.
Americans are very patriotic but having bumped into a few of my American colleagues at the wake on Sunday evening, all have been thrilled by what exactly occurred. A contest like this, a play like this, can be good in showcasing women’s golfing at a positive light and to whet the appetite for more Solheim Cups to come.
If only, there could be a knock-on effect for the Ladies European Tour. I can sit here and write how the LET can build on this and construct events around Europe’s stars like Georgia Hall and Charley Hull. But I am sure, I had been saying something and it never happened.
Now is not the time the opportunity to be getting deeper into the play argument. This really is some thing for your game’s authorities to take care of, although yes, it had been slow occasionally.
It will not change, until there is a willingness to speed the game up and also have officials prepared to penalise the players properly. The thing that is key today is to observe a team performance directed serene by a likable and captain at Catriona Matthew.
I believed the chances of Europe had gone After Charley Hull and Anne van Dam dropped out at the 18th. However, as at Killeen Castle, once the scores had also been tied heading into the singles, then the 3 games – with Pettersen in the thick of it – all of swung Europe’s way.
There was so much to savour by the putts at 15 and 16, on the final day to the calmness in mindset and game out of Bronte Law . Hall took the entire world No 3 to end with Carlota Ciganda headed to win the game and a 100 per cent record. Let’s not forget Team USA either, that played their part in a Solheim for the ages.
Onto the Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio, to get its 2021 competition. With a name like that Matthew may fancy another captaincy. If not Dame Laura Davies? She also wasn’t overly excited about the vice-captaincy character and altered her thoughts there, although she has always said she wouldn’t be captain. Over for you, Laura.

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