Solheim Cup 2019: Europe v United States latest scores, schedule & format
|2019 Solheim Cup: Europe v United States|
|Venue: Gleneagles, Scotland Dates: 13-15 September Starts: 08:10 BST|
|Coverage: Full live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app followed by an hour-long highlights show on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and online.|
Europe beat the United States 14½-13½ in the 16th staging of the Solheim Cup at Gleneagles.
Norway's Suzann Pettersen, 38, the captain's pick and eldest member of the European team, clinched victory by rolling in the final putt of the final game on the 18th green.
It was Europe's sixth win - the third on Scottish soil and the first since 2013.
- How the final day unfolded - relive Europe's thrilling victory
- Report: Europe win final three singles matches to beat United States
- The Cut: Download the BBC golf podcast
- Watch highlights on BBC iPlayer
How does the Solheim Cup work?
In fourball matches, teams of two play each other and the player that shoots the lowest score on each hole wins it for their team - if the scores are tied then the hole is halved.
Foursome matches also involve two-man teams. However, only one ball per team is in play with players taking alternate shots. Again, the lowest score wins the hole.
The 12 singles matches on Sunday also follow the matchplay format.
* denotes captain's wildcard pick
Players: Carlota Ciganda (Spain), Anne van Dam (Netherlands), Caroline Hedwall (Sweden), Charley Hull (England), Georgia Hall (England), Azahara Munoz (Spain), Caroline Masson (Germany), Anna Nordqvist (Sweden), Celine Boutier (France)*, Jodi Ewart Shadoff (England)*, Bronte Law (England)*, Suzann Pettersen (Norway)*
Captain: Catriona Matthew
Players: Lexi Thompson, Nelly Korda, Danielle Kang, Lizette Salas, Jessica Korda, Megan Khang, Marina Alex, Brittany Altomare, Angel Yin, Annie Park, Ally McDonald*, Morgan Pressel*
Captain: Juli Inkster
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