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Europe take Solheim Cup lead despite Korda sisters’ success

Team Europe’s Georgia Hall and Celine Boutier celebrate winning their Solheim Cup match on the 17th hole during the foursomes at Gleneagles September 13, 2019. — Reuters pic

US captain Juli Inkster admitted she had been a little reluctant to pair the Korda sisters together, but they put in the request and it proved to be perfect pairing. The top match was halved and European victories came from the pairings of Georgia Hall and Celine Boutier and Charley Hull and Azahara Munoz.

The final match of the morning was a scrappy affair with never more than one hole between Hull and Munoz and Megan Khang and Annie Park through the first 16 holes.

 

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