Solheim Cup glory would top British Open success for Matthew

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Catriona Matthew insists top Europe in Scotland to Solheim Cup glory would top winning the Women’s British Open.
Matthew won her just important in 2009, just weeks after giving birth to daughter Sophie.
“For a winning captain here [in Gleneagles] would likely rank just over my British Open win,” said that the 50-year-old Scot.
Stacy Lewis has pulled from the US club with her place being taken with rookie Ally McDonald, with a spine injury.
Matthew emerged as a player, for instance, European victories in 2003, 2011 and 2013, however ruler Juli Inkster and the Americans have won the previous two matches in 2017 and in 2015.
“I’ve always felt the Solheim Cup was a highlight of my profession in regards around every couple of decades,” said the European skipper.
34, lewis, was called a pick from Inkster, however her back flared up a week and she does not feel able to tee it up.
“I know this was an incredibly difficult decision for Stacy, but she also has the group’s best interests at heart,” said Inkster.
McDonald was already in Scotland as the team alternate, and finished one spot outside an place.
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