Danielle Kang is the latest victim of lost airline luggage. While the 30-year-old LPGA veteran has made it to Spain for the 2023 Solheim Cup, her golf bag has not. It’s believed to be stuck in Amsterdam, missing its connection, and she put out a plea on social media for someone to get her bag on to the next flight to Malaga:

This all started on Monday, and the first match is on Friday. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time this season Kang has struggled with airlines getting her bags to her. Last month, Kang dealt with missing bags while traveling to the AIG Women’s Open.

US Solheim Cup captain Stacy Lewis got into the act as well, trying to help nudge the airline along with a little more social-media pressure.

This will be Kang’s fourth Solheim Cup appearance, making her the second-most experienced player on the US team, with a record of 5-7-0. (Lexi Thompson has played in five Solheim Cups.)

One silver lining is that Kang travels with her putter separate from the rest of her clubs, and that smaller travel case did make it to Spain.