GolfWRX is live from the Solheim Cup, a bi-annual competition between American and European female golfers. The competition is held this year at Colorado Golf Club in Parker, Colo., a par-72 course that will play around 7000 yards.

Representing the U.S. Team, which is captained by Meg Mallon and assistants Dottie Pepper and Laura Diaz, are Stacy Lewis, Paula Creamer, Christie Kerr, Angela Stanford, Brittany Lincicome, Lexi Thompson, Jessica Korda, Brittany Lang, Lizette Salas, Morgan Pressel, Gerina Piller and Michelle Wie.

They will face off against Team Europe’s Suzann Pettersen, Catriona Matthew, Carlota Ciganda, Carolina Masson, Beatriz Recari, Anna Nordqvist, Karine Icher, Azahara Munoz, Caroline Hedwall, Jodi Ewart-Shadoff, Giulia Sergas and Charley Hull. Team Europe’s Captain is Lizelotte Neumann, who is assisted by Annika Sorenstam and Carin Koch.

The competition starts Friday August 16 and concludes on Sunday August 18.

Check out the photos we shot of the best female golfers from the United States and Europe, as well as their Solheim Cup-themed apparel and accessories.


Thursday Part 1 Thursday Part 2 Thursday Part 3 Thursday Part 4 Thursday Part 5 Thursday Part 6 Thursday Part 7


Friday Part 1 Friday Part 2 Friday Part 3 Friday Part 4 Friday Part 5 Friday Part 6 Friday Part 7


Saturday Part 1 Saturday Part 2 Saturday Part 3 Saturday Part 4

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  1. The lpga has reached a all time low
    with conduct unbecoming of a American.
    Thank their lucky stars they didn’t play
    the Asian players it would be a one day
    tourney at best.Once again money has
    compromised another great sport!

  2. I though Wie was one of the better players for the U.S. Lang hung in there, too. Have to question some of the choices for the U.S. team. Some simply didn’t belong there. And how must Paula Creamer feel about having it handed it to her by a 17-year-old… a 17-year-old who, from my point of view, probably played better than most of the veterans on the U.S. team.

    I couldn’t get over how the Europeans made 20-30-foot puts look easy, while our girls were lipping out five-footers. So frustrating to watch.

    In the end, though, I think it safe to say that both teams are lucky they weren’t up against the Asian women. Things might have turned out differently. How long can the Solheim exclude them. It’s either that, or another tournament is created that more fairly represents the entire world of golf.