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VIDEO: Lexi Thompson plays 7-hole stretch in 8 under in epic Solheim Cup comeback

Golf has rarely ever looked this easy.

Lexi Thompson appeared ready to lose the opening singles match Sunday at the Solheim Cup, which was truly no big deal as the Americans entered Sunday at Des Moines Golf and Country Club with a 5-point cushion and Thompson had already done plenty in amassing a 2-0-1 record for the week. 543 kata lagi


John Stamos Celebrates His 54th Birthday with a Very Cheeky Photo in His Birthday Suit

John StamosΒ is feeling free at 54!

The actor celebrated his birthday on Saturday with an Instagram photo of him appropriately donning nothing but his birthday suit.Β  351 kata lagi


VIDEO: Lexi Thompson holes out for eagle in Solheim Cup singles

If Lexi Thompson were to somehow turn this opening Sunday singles match … oh would this be a day for her to remember.

Thompson got off to a miserable start Sunday at Des Moines Golf and Country Club, losing the first four holes of her match against Anna Nordqvist. 99 kata lagi


U.S. wins Solheim Cup, 16.5-11.5, to go back-to-back

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The U.S. goes back-to-back at the Solheim Cup!

It was a hard-fought battle in Sunday singles even if the Americans started the day with a 5-point lead (10.5-5.5).

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U.S. blitzes way to 5-point lead at Solheim Cup, but Euros not giving up hope

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – When Cristie Kerr holed out for eagle from the bunker on the 15th hole on Saturday, former Solheim Cup captain Judy Rankin said the Americans were starting to rub it in. 691 kata lagi


Solheim Cup Sunday singles pairings, tee times

The U.S. leads 10.5-5.5 heading into Sunday singles at the Solheim Cup. That’s a commanding five-point margin that no team has ever lost in this event. 198 kata lagi


U.S. opens up 10.5-5.5 lead heading into Solheim Cup Sunday singles

The Solheim Cup will stay with the Americans, unless the Europeans can better what the U.S. did in 2015.

The U.S. maintained its overnight three-point lead in Saturday morning foursomes and then built on it in afternoon four-ball, capturing three of four matches in that session to open up the lead to five. 592 kata lagi