The Jutanugarn sisters Ariya and Moriya with fellow Thai star Patty Tavatanakit By Matt Smith Thailand’s Moriya Jutanugarn will partner with Solheim Cup icon Catriona Matthew in one of the headline ...
For Catriona Matthew, nothing in her glittering career beats leading Europe to back-to-back Solheim Cup glory, not even winning her home open twice nor her major breakthrough at the 2009 Women’s British Open.
On a balmy and sun-drenched Labor Day in the Glass City, the Europeans cooked up an upset of their all-too-friendly American hosts and retained the Solheim Cup with an easier-than-it looks 15-13 victory.
History-making former world No.1 Lydia Ko, fellow antipodean star Minjee Lee and high-profile Chinese professional Muni ‘Lily’ He are set to headline next month’s floodlit OMEGA Dubai Moonlight Classic.
It was the ultimate climax, one virtually impossible to beat. Or even match. But having watched Suzann Pettersen make the last putt on the last green in the last match to win the Solheim Cup by the narrowest of margins, European captain Catriona Matthew is coming back for more.